All contiguous US states touch at least two other states, with the exception of one: Maine. Maine is the only state in the contiguous US that only shares its border with one other state. Located in the most northeastern part of the US, only Maine’s west side touches New Hampshire. Other than its western border with New Hampshire, Maine has a border with Canada on the north, and its eastern border is the Atlantic Ocean. This proximity to the ocean plays a part in the state being the leading lobster supplier in the US, accounting for over 90% of the nation’s lobster.
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