Polar bears, fur seals, sea lions, walruses, whales and millions of sea birds make their home in the Bering Sea, and beneath the surface abundant life thrives in the Bering Sea Canyons– larger than the Grand Canyon itself. The importance of this place reaches far beyond its borders as the majority of the fish caught in the United States come from the Bering Sea. But this spectacular ecosystem…
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Factory trawler fishing for pollock in the Bering Sea.
A species of soft coral, Swiftia pacifica in the Bering Sea.
A young male northern fur seal near St. George Island.
A steller sea lion
A giant Pacific octopus rests among anenomes and sponges in Pribilof Canyon of the Bering Sea