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Interesting Facts About Alaska
- The Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) has seen an average of 243 days a year from Fairbanks.
- Alaska is less than 80 kilometres from Russia.
- The average temperature in Fairbanks, Alaska in January is -18C
- Alaska accounts for over 25% of the USA’s oil production
- Alaska has over 100 volcanos
- The largest salmon ever caught was in Kenai River, Alaska; it weighed 97.5 pounds.
- There are over 3,000 rivers in Alaska
- There are over 3,000,000 lakes in Alaska
- Alaska’s largest lake is more significant than the size of the state of Connecticut.
- Alaska coastline is more significant than that of the whole rest of the USA
- More than half of the glaciers in the world are found in Alaska
- Alaska has about 5,000 earthquakes a year; around 1,000 of those are above 3.5 on the Richter scale
- Due to the long summer days in Alaska, giant vegetables are common. The world’s most abundant cabbage weighed over 97 lbs and was a product of Alaska.