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Kamchatka Peninsula

By:Delilah McCarville-Kruse
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on 31 January 2013

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By: Delilah F. McCarville-Kruse The Amazing Kamchatka Peninsula One of Russia's greatest wonders The Enviorment of Kamchatka Location and details One last thing The Kamchatka Peninsula is named one of the most spectacular attractions in Russia, and is a body of approximately 160 volcanoes however, only 29 of them are active. It is extremely large, and overall, is 470,000 sq. kilometers. That's the size of France, Belgium AND Luxembourg, all combined! Kamchatka has a moist and mild climate, is covered in rich vegitation, and has an abundace of speices, including, 11 species of salmon, bears, and the occasional rare striped dolphin. The Kamchatka Peninsula has, as I said before, 160 volcanoes. But it's not all volcanos thak take up this spacious landmark. It also includeds geyers, glaciers. It is named one of the higest consintrations of volcanoes on earth, adn the largest volcano on site is called Kronotskaya Sopka Other then Volcanic eruptions, Kamchatka is also prone to Earthquakes as well as tsunamis. This is the Kamchatka Peninsula Here is a bear Here is a bear eating salmon Here is a spotted dolphin Here is a salmon This is an image of Kronotskaya Sopka An Amazing Eruption http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/765
http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/world/events/1952_11_04.php
http://www.kamchatka.org.ru/volcano.html
http://www.nauticus.org/education/ocean-facts
http://www.dolphins-world.com/Striped_Dolphin.html
http://www.travelkamchatka.com/kamchatka.htm
http://www.visitkamchatka.com/
http://www.pbs.org/edens/kamchatka/ring.html Sources Image Sources
http://eoimages.gsfc.nasa.gov/images/imagerecords/38000/38865/kamchatka_tmo_2009151_lrg.jpg
http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2009/08/kamchatka-salmon/quammen-text
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