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Great Lakes aquatic ecology preservation and why it matters

The Great Lakes are made up of lakes Erie, Ontario, Huron, Michigan and Superior, which were created by melting glaciers during the last Ice Age over 10,000 years ago. The Great Lakes are vitally important to aquatic ecology, as they represent 21 percent of the world's surface freshwater. The health and welfare of the Great … Continue reading Great Lakes aquatic ecology preservation and why it matters