7 Lakes That Are Drying Up

Lake Poopo: This lake in west-central Bolivia occupies a shallow depression in the Altiplano.

Lake Eyre: Also called Kati Thanda–Lake Eyre, this great salt lake in central South Australia has a total area of 4,281 square miles.

Aral Sea: Once the world’s fourth largest body of inland water, this lake is an inland sea that is also called the Orol Sea.

Lake Mead: One of the largest man-made lakes in the world, Lake Mead is the reservoir of Hoover Dam, on the Arizona.

Lake Chad: Lake Chad is a freshwater lake in the Sahelian zone of west-central Africa at the conjunction of Chad, Cameroon, Nigeria, and Niger.

Lake Urmia: Iran’s Lake Urmia, or Daryācheh-ye Orūmīyeh, is located in the northwestern corner of the country.

Dead Sea: The Dead Sea, which is also called the Salt Sea, is a salt lake located between Israel and Jordan in southwestern Asia. 

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