On many "World Wonder" Lists, The Bay of Fundy is a natural phenomenon that's a 270 km (170 mile) long ocean bay.
Located halfway between the equator and the north-pole on Canada's stunning east coast, Fundy is a unique coastal environment. The Bay of Fundy is a natural phenomenon that is a 270 km (170 mile) long ocean bay renowned not only for its tides but also for geological discoveries (its shoreline cliffs near Joggins are home to the world's most complete fossil record of life 300 million years) and marine life. Every day, twice a day, 160-billion tonnes of seawater floods in and moves out of the bay of Fundy with the tides making what was a mud flat into a high tide over a matter of just hours. 1000s of tourists visit the Bay of Fundy annually.