Top 10 Animals in The State of Alaska

Grizzly Bear:

Found throughout Alaska, these bears are known for their large size and distinctive shoulder hump.


The largest member of the deer family, moose are common in Alaska and can be seen near waterways and forests.


Also known as reindeer, caribou are migratory mammals that roam the tundra and forests of Alaska in large herds.

Dall Sheep:

These white-colored sheep are found in the mountainous regions of Alaska, often seen scaling steep cliffs.

Gray Wolf:

Wolves are found in various habitats across Alaska and play a crucial role in the state's ecosystem.

Bald Eagle:

A symbol of the United States, bald eagles are commonly seen along Alaska's coastlines and rivers.


While not an animal per se, salmon are a vital part of Alaska's ecosystem and play a crucial role in the state's economy and culture.

Sea Otter:

These playful marine mammals are found along Alaska's coastlines, often seen floating on their backs in the water.


Also known as killer whales, orcas are seen in Alaska's waters, hunting for fish and marine mammals.

Arctic Fox:

Found in the tundra regions of Alaska, the Arctic fox has a thick fur coat that helps it survive in cold temperatures.

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