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Large Animal Research Station


LARS is managed by the Institute of Arctic Biology at the University of Alaska Fairbanks to provide a unique facility for research and education that focuses on ungulates from the subarctic and arctic.

Visitors of all ages can safely observe some of our animals on a summer tour and talk to one our guides about the biology of life in the north.

Researchers and instructors can contact us to plan experiments and classes in our barns, pens, pastures and natural areas for biology, ecology, physiology and behavior.

Students can contact us about jobs and research experiences in one of our projects.


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Last updated: 2012-09-14T13:47:21.689-05:00

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