What are the bodies of water in France?

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There are several bodies of water in France that feed into and off of the Atlantic Ocean. They include the English Channel, the Bay of Biscay, the Loire River, and the Seine River. France is geographically located in the western portion of Europe, but there are French territories located in South America, the Caribbean, and parts of the Indian Ocean. The vast English Channel is the body of water that links France with the neighboring country of England.
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