The bold, often raw beauty of Alaska's forests, mountains, valleys, and seas serves as a glorious backdrop for its native wildlife. Wolves, grizzlies, and mountain goats survey the majesty of the landscape while polar bears, beluga whales, and sea otters play in the offshore waters. Thirty accurately... read more
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The bold, often raw beauty of Alaska's forests, mountains, valleys, and seas serves as a glorious backdrop for its native wildlife. Wolves, grizzlies, and mountain goats survey the majesty of the landscape while polar bears, beluga whales, and sea otters play in the offshore waters. Thirty accurately rendered drawings of these and other creatures of the Far North — all identified — are waiting to be brought to vivid life by your colors of choice.
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Alaskan Wildlife Coloring Book was printed on paper made with 50% post-consumer waste,
and the cover was printed on paper made with 10% post-consumer waste. According to Environmental
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