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The fjord wall of Western Brook Pond, Newfoundland. Technically, Western Brook Pond isn't a fjord because it's now cut off from the ocean and is filled with fresh water. But that technicality is the primary difference. And for scale, that's not moss or anything: they're full grown trees. The walls of the "Pond" are up to 600 metres tall.

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