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The Canada Glacier is a small polar glacier flowing southeast into the northern side of Taylor Valley, Victoria Land in Antarctica. Canada Glacier's seasonal melting feeds Lake Fryxell to the West and Lake Hoare to the East. This glacier receives less than 10 cm of snowfall annually, and is (technically) a desert ecosystem. This glacier is in the Ross Dependency.
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