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Parry Peninsula

The Parry Peninsula is located on the north coast of Canada's Northwest Territories. It is bounded on the west by Franklin Bay[?], on the north by Amundsen Gulf[?], and on the east by Darnley Bay[?]. The nearest settlement is Paulatuck[?]. It is named for the arctic explorer Edward Parry[?]. It is home to a Canadian federal migratory bird sanctuary.
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