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A group of visitors examine 2000-year old heart-shaped fishtraps used by native Tlingit Indians to catch salmon that gathered in the bay. Only exposed on extremely low minus tides, carved hemlock spikes and rocks stand in the sand as they did when woven nets were attached in ancient times. Great tidal change is experienced daily in much of Alaska, providing great opportunity for tidepooling and examining marine organisms. (Fotograf: Steven Zeff)
Fotograf: Steven Zeff
Byline: Steven Zeff/Azote
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Datum: 2003-07-14
Max filstorlek: 1600x1200 px (≈ 14x10 cm / 300 dpi)
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