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At the speed of a galloping horse ?
With a tidal range (difference between low and high tides) of up to 45 ft (14 m), the highest tides of continental Europe rage around Mont-Saint-Michel. Full moons generate strong tides within 36 to 48 hours. The sea then retreats 9.32 miles (15 km) from the coast. Said to rise at the speed of a galloping horse, it actually advances at about 1.66 mph (6 km/h). Be that as it may, it forms a wave, known as the tidal bore, which rises towards the bay and rushes into the mouths of the rivers.
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