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asked in category: General Last Updated: 29th February, 2020

What plants are in Alaska?

Principal trees found in this region are black and white spruce, paper birch, tamarack, aspen, Alaskan larch, and balsam poplar. There are expanses of bogs called muskeg, and grasslands, where many species of wild flowers, berries, and shrubs occur.

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Correspondingly, what plants and animals live in Alaska?

Many horned herbivores live in Alaska as well, including deer, caribou, moose, elk, bison and reindeer. In the water, seals, walruses, dolphins and multiple species of whale, including blue and humpback, visit the Alaskan shores.

Likewise, what animal is in Alaska? Some of the animals that live in Alaska include orcas, humpback whales, mountain goats, moose, caribou, bison, black bears, brown bears, and polar bears.

Likewise, people ask, are there poisonous plants in Alaska?

Avoid all white berries in Alaska—they're all poisonous. And the most infamous poisonous berry in Alaska is the baneberry, which has white or red berries—look for a black spot on the red berry. Two good ones: Alaska's Wild Berries and Alaska's Wild Plants.

Are there snakes in Alaska?

The common garter snake is the only species of snake to be found in Alaska, and is one of the northernmost species of snake in the world, possibly second only to the Crossed Viper. Garter snakes, like all snakes, are carnivorous.

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