At Cape Krusenstern National Monument, just across Kotzebue Sound from the town, Native people set up spring camps to kill not only seals but also the eerily beautiful white whales called beluga.
What does CAKR stand for?
CAKR stands for Cape Krusenstern National Monument (US National Park Service)
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What is now the North Slope Borough has been occupied for at least 5,000 years, and some of the oldest inhabited places in North America lie within the Cape Krusenstern National Monument north of Kotzebue.
Among the 3,000 to 5,000 polar bears that inhabit Alaska's Arctic lands and waters, a small number follow the ice pack each year into Kotzebue Sound and come aground within two of Alaska's most remote parklands: Bering Land Bridge National Preserve and Cape Krusenstern National Monument.