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The "Neglected" Archaeological Mystery on the World's Largest Lake Island


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Here's your weekend read, people.

Lake Huron's Manitoulin Island is the largest lake island in the world. It's so large, in fact, that it has 108 lakes of its own. Three of Manitoulin's largest lakes -- Lake Manitou, Lake Kagawong and Lake Mindemoya -- even have islands of their own, some of which have ponds of their own.

Archeological artifacts abound...but no human bones!

It's a true mystery.

So wait, a Great Lake with an island with a lake with an island with ponds?!

Right?  I gotta swim in one of those ponds!  

Then you'd be a mini-island in a pond in an island in a lake in an island in a Great Lake! :)

:) :) :)

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Bulls eye!

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