The Bay of Fundy's Extreme Tides
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Key Facts In This Video
The Bay of Fundy is a 270km-long body of water on Canada's eastern coast, and has the world's largest tidal range. 00:11
The gravitational pull of the moon (and to a lesser extent, the sun) is responsible for the tides. 00:51
The shape of the Bay of Fundy helps water to oscillate and create higher tides. 02:03
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