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The incoming tide rushes up the Minas Basin near Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada. The Bay of Fundy and its tributaries have the world's greatest tidal variation, rising and falling twice a day at a normal walking pace. Acadians of the 18th century built dikes to keep the tide waters out, creating farmland and preventing land-use conflicts with the nearby Mi'kmaq population.
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