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Akiak (ACK-ee-ack) (Akiaq in Central Yup'ik) is a city in Bethel Census Area, Alaska, United States. The populace was 346 at the 2010 registration, up from 309 out of 2000.

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The dugong (; Dugong dugon) is a medium-sized marine well evolved creature. It is one of four living types of the request Sirenia, which likewise incorporates three types of manatees. It is the main living agent of the once-different family Dugongidae; its nearest present day relative, Steller's ocean dairy animals (Hydrodamalis gigas), was chased to annihilation in the eighteenth century. The dugong is the main carefully herbivorous marine mammal.\nThe dugong is the main sirenian in its range, which traverses the waters of around 40 nations and regions all through the Indo-West Pacific. The dugong is to a great extent reliant on seagrass networks for subsistence and is consequently limited to the beach front natural surroundings which bolster seagrass knolls, with the biggest dugong focuses normally happening in wide, shallow, ensured zones, for example, straights, mangrove channels, the waters of expansive inshore islands and between reefal waters. The northern waters of Australia between Shark Bay and Moreton Bay are accepted to be the dugong's contemporary stronghold.\nLike every advanced sirenian, the dugong has a fusiform body with no dorsal blade or rear appendages. The forelimbs or flippers are paddle-like. The dugong is effectively recognized from the manatees by its fluked, dolphin-like tail, yet in addition has an extraordinary skull and teeth. Its nose is strongly downturned, an adjustment for nourishing in benthic seagrass networks. The molar teeth are basic and peg-like dissimilar to the more intricate molar dentition of manatees.\nThe dugong has been chased for a huge number of years for its meat and oil. Customary chasing still has extraordinary social hugeness in a few nations in its cutting edge extend, especially northern Australia and the Pacific Islands. The dugong's present conveyance is divided, and numerous populaces are accepted to be near eradication. The IUCN records the dugong as an animal varieties powerless against annihilation, while the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species points of confinement or bans the exchange of inferred items. In spite of being legitimately ensured in numerous nations, the primary driver of populace decrease stay anthropogenic and incorporate angling related fatalities, environment corruption and chasing. With its long life expectancy of 70 years or more, and moderate rate of generation, the dugong is particularly helpless against eradication.

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