1. The water level (in high tide) rises over 48 ft.2. The the tides are a result of what is called "The Funnel Effect".3. The Bay of Fundy is a natural funnel.No, I haven't been to the Bay of Fundy, but it looks neat.
1. The tides rise twice every day2. The tides rise because of The Funnel Effect.3. The tides made the landscape of The Bay of Fundy.I have been to the Bay of Fundy two summers ago. I wrote my name on the ocean floor when the tide was low and me and my sisters got a bunch of shells. The Bay of Fundy is really nice.
1. The tides are called the Funnel Effect.2. The tides rise to over 48 ft. every 6 hours.3. The bay was created because of "Continental Drift" :DI have been to the Bay of Fundy and it was fun.
I haven't been to the Bay of Fundy, but my dad was born right by it.1. The tides rise twice a day2. There are lots of whales, birds and other animals living there.3. The tide rise becaus of the Funnel Effect-Mackenzie
1. The tides are called the "funnel effect".2. The water rises up to 84 feet.3. The bay is wider at the bottom and narrower at the top.I have not been to the Bay of Fundy, but it looks really cool!Lindsay
Mackenzie you know you can publish your comment with "Mackenzie said..." instead of "anonymous said.." that way you don't have to sign your name at the bottom.
1. Tide can reach over 84 feet2. Tides rise 2 times every single day (730 times a year!)3. The tides rise because of "The Funnel Effect"
3 thing I learned about the bay of Fundy:1.The tides rise twice a day, to a height of over 48 feet!2.It is caused by a 'Tunnel Effect'.3.The bay was made by the 'Continetial Drift'.Note: I have not been to the bay of fundy. -Aidan
1.The water can rise over 48 feet2.This is caused by the funnel effect3.I knew the moon effected waves but the sun too?
I have been there
1. The Bay of Fundy is one of the best places to go whale watching.2. The Bay of Fundy's tides can reach as high as 5 story building.3. In the Bay of Fundy there are about 8 different species of whale that you can watch.
No, I have never bin to the Bay of Fundy but it sounds like a really cool place to visit.
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