Take in Canada's natural beauty and discover the best spots for observing unusual birds, amazing sea life, breathtaking scenery and more.
Canada has one of the world's most diverse and fascinating ecosystems. From whale watching in Victoria to exploring the remains of 65 million-year-old dinosaurs in the badlands of Alberta, we take a look at Canada's 10 most unforgettable natural habitats.
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