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Its coast is famously jagged, and if stretched straight would be over 2,000 miles. It is full of little islands, bays, and insets. It is often unsafe for ships to hit the coast of Maine, which is why it has so many lighthouses. The forests of Maine are very dense and crowded with trees, plants, and bugs.
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