Exploring the ocean floor where Earth's highest tides occur

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Exploring the ocean floor where Earth's highest tides occur
Exploring the ocean floor where Earth's highest tides occur

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to walk on the ocean floor? If you don't own a scuba suit and you're not a mermaid, you could try visiting Nova Scotia's Burntcoat Head Park.

It owns the Guinness World Record for highest recorded tides in the world and you can literally walk where fish were swimming just six hours earlier. Pay close attention to the tide times, though, you don't want to get stuck in the drink.

The Weather Network’s Nathan Coleman brought his new GoPro camera out to explore this mesmerizing landscape…or should we say seascape? Check out his adventure in the video above!

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