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Mendenhall Glacier terminus, Juneau, Alaska. The Mendenhall Glacier formed about 3,000 years ago. Since 1767 it has receded 2.5 miles. Currently, the glacier is 12 miles long and terminates in Mendenhall Lake.
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Mendenhall glacier, Juneau

Mendenhall Glacier terminus, Juneau, Alaska. The Mendenhall Glacier formed about 3,000 years ago. Since 1767 it has receded 2.5 miles. Currently, the glacier is 12 miles long and terminates in Mendenhall Lake.
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