What Is a Narrow Inlet of Water Called?

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A narrow water inlet is called a Fjord. It is formed when glaciers cut a U-shaped valley. Most of them are deeper than the adjacent sea and have a tubular sheet intrusion that intrudes between older layers of sedimentary rocks.
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if from the sea, can be a fjord or a sound.
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Fjord: a narrow inlet of the sea between high banks or cliffs created by
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The Strait of Magellan connects the Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean at the southern tip of South America. The strait lies between Patagonia and the Tierra del Fuego islands.
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Could be a channel, like the English Channel.
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