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Why is the Bay of Fundy famous? A. It has no tides. B. It only has low tides. C. It only has high tides. D. It has extreme differences between high and low tides.
The Bay of Fundy is famous because it only has high tides.
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The Bay of Fundy is famous because it only has high tides.
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