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The few people who live in Alaska's Aleutian Islands have long been accustomed to shipwrecks. They have been part of local consciousness since a Japanese whaling ship ran
aground near the western end of the 1,100-mile (1,800-km) volcanic
archipelago in 1780, inadvertently naming what is now Rat Island when the ship's infestation
scurried ashore and made itself at home. Since then, there have been at least 190
shipwrecks in the islands.