|Credit||Public Domain Images|
|Major Waterways||Bay of Fundy|
|Size||?? sq km / ?? sq mi|
Since the meteor of 2016, tectonic activity in and around the former Bay of Fundy has caused dramatic changes to the land and seascape. Portions of the Nova Scotian peninsula's western tip broke off into the sea, formed islands, sank islands, formed again, and shifted again. Even two years later, the land is still changing, and a rocky landbridge has formed in the middle of the bay, connecting the peninsula with the mainland and creating a large lake from the heart of the bay.