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Fundy

Bay of. an inlet of the Atlantic in SE Canada, between S New Brunswick and W Nova Scotia: remarkable for its swift tides of up to 21 m (70 ft.)
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Fundy

 

an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean in North America; the northern part of the Gulf of Maine. The Bay of Fundy measures 300 km in length. It has a maximum width of 90 km and a maximum depth of 208 m at the entrance. Tides are semidiurnal and reach 18 m, the highest in the world. Saint John, a city on the bay, is an important port.

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