Kamchatka Peninsula

NOUN
  1. a peninsula in eastern Siberia; between Bering Sea and Sea of Okhotsk
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How To Use Kamchatka Peninsula In A Sentence

  • The fourth largest quake was a magnitude 9 on Russia's Kamchatka peninsula.
  • It'successfully hit the designated target on the Kamchatka Peninsula the spokesman added.
  • [I] f the Red Army attacked Japan’s Manchurian colony within three months of the Nazis’ final defeat, the USSR would get permanent occupation of Sakhalin Island, a big long streak of icy forest north of Hokkaido, and the Kuril Islands, a string of fog-bound rocks looping from the North end of Hokkaido to the Southern tip of the Kamchatka Peninsula. Russia’s Other Great Victory « Isegoria
  • On Russia's Kamchatka peninsula, brown bears are starving as poachers pillage a wealth of salmon.
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