Where Did Erik the Red Explore?

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Erik the Red explored the southern tip of Greenland. He also sailed to the Gunnbjorn's Islands off the coast of Greenland.
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Erik the Red explored the island of Greenland.
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It had little effect on Iceland. Trade between the Greenland Vikings and Iceland Vikings wasn't greatly significant.
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