Sea carves new island from Prince Edward Island shore

Sea carves new island from Prince Edward Island shore

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A wild storm over the winter cut through Blooming Point in Prince Edward Island National Park, Canada, and created a new Island. The sea carved a channel about 100 metres wide through the five-kilometre stretch of sand dunes, cutting it roughly in half. The area has some of the highest sand dunes on P.E.I., rising as much as 20 metros…

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