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The environs of Brooks, Canada are dotted with hundreds of small water bodies; reminders that the land was once covered by glacial ice. Created by surface depressions formed from ice blocks left by retreating ice and eventually filled by the melted ice water, what are these bodies of water known as? arêtes , drumlins, kettles or cirques?

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