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what feature makes up part of U.S border with Canada?

  • 4th grade -

    You're probably looking for a natural feature, like mountains, a river, or lakes.

    Take a look at this map.

    http://www.worldatlas.com/webimage/countrys/namerica/greatlk.htm

    Do you see a river and lakes that make up part of the border between the two countries?

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    Lake of The Woods
    IS that it

  • 4th grade -

    No. I don't know where you see Lake of the Woods on the map above.

    However, it has five lakes the form part of the boundary.

    What do we call these lakes as a group?

    What are the names of each of these five lakes?

  • 4th grade -

    great lakes

  • 4th grade -

    You're right. The Great Lakes make up a large part of the boundary.

    However, one of the lakes, Lake Michigan, is not part of the boundary, because it's totally in the U.S.

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