What body of water separates Alaska and Russia?

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Alaska and Russia are such large areas that you could say that many bodies of water separate them. Between the Aleutian Islands and Russia lies the Bering Sea. Between Alaska's Seward Pensinsula and Russia's Chukotsk Peninsula is the Bering Strait. And the Chukchi Sea separates the northwestern part of Alaska and the northeastern part of Russia. more
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