Cumberland Basin (Canada)
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Along the Nova Scotia shore of Cumberland Basin at Joggins are seaside cliffs famous for fossils. Several coal seams are also exposed. These were mined commercially for bituminous coal for nearly 140 years, between 1819 and 1958.
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