The Great lakes, USA


North America’s five Great lakes including erie huron Michigan Ontario and superior are all interconnected and were curved out by great glaciers during the last ice age. They make up the greatest body of freshwater on the earth and have a volume of more than 22,000 cubic kilometers (5400 cubic miles).


 There are a number of national parks that’s around the lakes and there is a great deal of effort to preserve the wilderness within these. In the quieter areas you could see peregrine and bald eagles. In the particularly remote areas black bear elk grey walls and even Canadian links can be seen as well. 


The lakes are so large that they make a difference to the climate, keeping the temperature lower than the surrounding area during the summer and warmer during the winter.


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