These include the sedimentary rocks located in the northern part and are dated 100000 years. The arctic willow is exceptional in the sense that it is the only woody species thriving in the Ellesmere Island. Additionally, its high altitude of 2616 meters and the remnants of the ice age are unique facts you should know about this island.
9. Victoria Island, Canada -220,548 square km
It is a famous island with an interesting history as well as geographic uniqueness. It was named after Queen Victoria and lies right in the middle of the Arctic archipelago of the Canadian region.
Moreover, what adds to its uniqueness is the fact that it is an island of peninsulas with a rich constitution. The whole island’s shape resembles a maple leaf which the focal point of the Canadian flag.