A Point of Land Extending into a Body of Water?

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A point of land extending into a body of water is known as a peninsula. A peninsula sticks out into the water while still being connected to a larger section of land. Sometimes a peninsula is connected to this larger piece of land by a skinny strip of land called an isthmus.
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A point of landing that expands in to a water body is known as a promontory or a peninsula. It is normally used in the marine industry as a docking place during whaling or fishing.
A point of land extending into a body of water is called a Peninsula. A peninsula sticks out into the water while still being connected to a larger section of land. Sometimes a peninsula is connected to this larger piece of land by a skinny strip of land called an isthmus.
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