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Selfie-Worthy Things You Can Do In Canada

The problem with selfies is that they all look the same. The solution: an amazing backdrop -like these stunning places in Canada.

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7. While cruising down The Cabot Trail.

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The Cabot Trail is one of the most famous scenic drives in Canada, snaking around Nova Scotia's Cape Breton Island.

This picture was snapped at a point called Lakies Head. Make sure you pull over before you selfie – or risk your car becoming a scenic write-off.

9. With an orca.*

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*In the background. Not with it. Because, teeth.

Orcas can be spotted happily swimming along Canada's west coast during August, just chilling and eating hapless salmon who have swum upstream to spawn. If you're lucky, you might also spot sea lions and other sea mammals.

This beauty was capture at the Strait of Georgia – next to Vancouver Island.

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11. After a storm.*

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*Because during is just foolhardy.

It's best to take the selfies either afterwards or from your hotel room window. This show was taken on Bowen Island after a storm.

14. At Dinosaur Provincial Park.

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This UNESCO World Heritage Site is basically a massive dinosaur graveyard. Forty dinosaur species were discovered in those hills, and a more than 500 specimens were excavated and sent to museums all around the world. There's a visitor's centre and organised digs – if you're not in to amazing views and geology.

Find your awesome Selfie backdrop - start exploring Canada today.

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