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Moose River in northern Ontario, Canada

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Tributaries of the Moose River snake across snowy terrain near Moosonee, a town in northern Ontario,
 

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December 19 · Issue #469 · View online
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Tributaries of the Moose River snake across snowy terrain near Moosonee, a town in northern Ontario, Canada. This area is part of the Hudson Plains Ecozone, a sparsely populated subarctic region extending from the western coast of Quebec to the coast of Manitoba. The ecozone contains the largest continuous wetland in the world, including the Moose River’s 41,900-square-mile (108,500 sq. km) drainage basin.
51°04'26.3"N, 81°28'28.6"W

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

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