A Very Rare Water Phenomenon Was Caught On-Camera In New Brunswick (VIDEO)

It occurs in only a few locations around the world.
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Tidal bores are a rare phenomenon that happen in only a few locations around the world. On April 8, 2020, the curious occurrence was captured on camera in Moncton, New Brunswick.

The phenomenon happens when the tide rolls in a wave that travels up a river or a very narrow bay but against the direction of the natural current.

Footage provided by The Weather Network.

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