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Pacific Maritime Ecozone

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          The Pacific Maritime Ecozone has been said to be a place of superlatives. It has Canada’s oldest and tallest trees, the most rainfall and the  mildest climate, the longest and deepest fiords, and the lushest forests. These extraordinary things found in the Pacific Maritime ecozone are only some of many outstanding features that add to the uniqueness that this ecozone holds. One word that can sum up this ecozone is diversity. From the various landforms such as the marvelous Coast Mountains, or the striking fiords, to the assorted human activities such as whale watching or farming, this ecozone is diverse. Even the wildlife here is incredibly diverse with animals living in both marine ecosystems, and forest ecosystems. There are also differing forests here, from the bewildering temperate rainforests to the mountain hemlock forests. The Pacific Maritime Ecozone is simply amazing, clearly beautiful, utterly unique, and wholly diverse.

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