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Serious question, what is unique about the Great Lakes ecosystem, that is not found in, for example the PNW or inland Maine?

It's a massive interconnected freshwater lakes system. Much different from even the relatively small lakes in Maine much less the generally very small lakes in the PNW. And it's in a very different area of the country so different ecosystem in any case.

I know where they are located and the size of the lakes. Anything specific and unique you can offer about the biological ecosystem, e.g. flora, fauna?

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