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A rock on the beach in the Muir Inlet near Van Horn Ridge is layered with (top to bottom) rockweed, acorn barnacles, and blue mussels. Muir Inlet is located in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve in southeast Alaska.
- © 2011 John L. Dengler
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- Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska