Manitoulin Island, Canada is where I live, and it’s an interesting place because of its geographic variety. Fields meet forests and lakes. Limestone bedrock is never far away. Click to watch how one spot in our cattle pasture acts as a natural drain, allowing water to leave the field through an ancient crack in the limestone. This sort of thing is fairly common here, though I’ve never seen it anywhere else in the world.
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