Islands of the Great Lakes

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Annotated view of Garden and Hog island on Lake Michigan

The Great Lakes islands consist of about 35,000 islands (scattered throughout Great Lakes) created by uneven glacial activity in the Great Lakes Basin. The largest of these is Manitoulin Island in Lake Huron in Canada's province of Ontario. At 1,068 square miles (2,766 km²), it is the largest lake island in the world.

List of notable Great Lakes islands and archipelagos[edit]

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