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The Hudson Bay Lowlands.

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Tejana Brar

on 27 November 2014

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The Hudson Bay Lowlands
Our Physical Regions Project.
By: Tejana, Davyn, and Liam
Land Forms
The type of land forms it is quite a flat looting, swampy regions. It has a lot of Muskeg. Instead of just one big area of water, the lowlands are make up of tons of tiny little ponds and some streams. It's size is about 320 000 km2 and takes up about 3.2% of Canadas land surface.
The Lowlands have a few different types of minerals. A couple of not too valuable minerals are Bedrock and Clay. But there are a few valuable minerals in there like Gold and Pearls, Silver and Iron ( pictures on silver and iron not included.
There are a lot of different types of vegetation in the lowlands. Some of them are: Peat, Euro-Beans, Tundra, White/Black Spruce, Balsam Fir, Balsam Poplar, Tree open Muskeg, Muskeg, Forestry.
It is located between the Canadian Shield and the south west coast of Hudson Bay.
It is definitely a good place to go white water canoeing and fishing.
You can take a boat out on the little ponds and rivers that flow through out to the Atlantic ocean.
There are also quite a few creatures of wildlife in the lowlands. There is a long list of animals but just half of them will be listed: polar bears, caribou, birds, Canada/Snow geese, Brant tundra, swans, old squaw, and King Eider. You can also check out other websites to find the whole list of all the wildlife.
You can Search up on your own time more about the Hudson Bay lowlands and you would be surprised at what you see!
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