What Is the Difference between a Bay and a Peninsula?


The difference between a bay and a peninsula is that a bay is a water-body bounded by land on three sides such as the Bay of Bengal whereas a peninsula, almost an island, is a land mass enclosed by water on three sides such as the Arabian Peninsula.
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A bay is a body of water that is bordered on land on three sides. A peninsula is a body of land which is bordered by water on three sides.
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