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Rock, near Achray, Algonquin Park, Ontario

Digital Photo by Richard McGuire

The pre-Cambrian Canadian Shield takes up a almost half of Canada, stretching from northeast Alberta in the west to Labrador in the east. It covers 4.7 million square kilometers (1.8 million square miles) and extends into several northern States of the U.S.: Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, and New York. Typical in the landscape of the Canadian Shield are large granite rocks exposed to the surface.

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