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The Bering Sea. The latitude of the Bering Sea is 60’ N, and the longitude is 175’ W. The Bering Sea’s Depths. The depth of the Bering Sea goes from 50 to 4,040 meters. The temperature of the Bering Sea is from - 31 to - 49’ F. The Sea Otter.

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The Bering Sea


The latitude of the Bering Sea is 60’ N, and the longitude is 175’ W.


The Bering Sea’s Depths


The depth of the Bering Sea goes from 50 to 4,040 meters.


The temperature of the Bering Sea is from -31 to -49’ F.


The Sea Otter


Population 25,00 to 40,000. They spend 48% of daily hours grooming them selves.


They sleep, rest and swim on their backs.


The Walrus


They eat many things, worms snails, squids, and crabs.


Another animal that lives in the Bering Sea is the Puffin


Salinity of the Bering Sea

The daily measurement of salinity in the Bering Sea is low.


Works Cited

http://www.silcom.com/~njhua/otter/otter.html

http://www.noaa.gov

http://www.alaskawalrusisland.com/photos.htm

http://pices.ios.bc.ca/data/longterm/PCO019.HTM


By Joanna Bernhardt and Ruben Ortiz

3rd Period


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