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The first topic of all authors writing about the agate locations of the Bay of Fundy: If you forget the time with collecting, it can become lethal. If a collector explores while collecting remote ranges of the beaches, or climbs at the steep cliffs and does not respect the flood, he can become a victim of tides.

The Bay of Fundy belongs due to its situation and tube-like form to the areas of the earth with an enormous tide. It reaches here up to 14 meters difference. At the beaches of the Bay of Fundy collectors can find intensively yellow and red jaspers. Also vein agates are situated here. Some are showing interesting patterns with pseudomorphoc formations.