Fundy Na­tional Park

Canadian Wildlife - - BIGGER PICTURE -

Tides are a power to be­hold wher­ever you ex­pe­ri­ence them, but it’s usu­ally a slow-mo­tion trans­for­ma­tion. In the Bay of Fundy, the world’s high­est tides pro­vide a bit more drama — its ocean waters rise and fall rapidly, flood­ing and re­ced­ing over tiny sea crea­tures that cling to life on ex­posed rocks and mud. That spec­ta­cle is the big draw here, but so are the mixed in­land forests, home to a di­ver­sity of crea­tures — from moose to north­ern fly­ing squir­rels.

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