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The fly that lives underwater.

The fly that lives underwater.

The Central Californian Mono Lake is approximately 760,000 years ago. Located near Yosemite National park, it is about 18,000 hectares. Over the years, the lake has accumulated a high number of salts, due to the water not having any outlets.

The water in the Californian Mono Lake is three times saltier than sea water due to this. It contains vast amounts of sodium carbonate and borax, as the water’s ph. levels are so high, it gives it a slippery, oily texture.