Where Are the World’s Highest Tides?

The Bay of Fundy, which separates both Maine and New Brunswick from Nova Scotia in Canada, has the highest tides in the world. They rise and fall anywhere from 10 to 60 feet in an hour!

The energy generated by these tides is so great that Canadian engineers are talking about building a dam on the Bay of Fundy to create electric power.

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