Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Fact of the Day: Utah Lake

Utah's Great Salt Lake may be landlocked away from the ocean, but has water with higher salt levels than sea-water. 

24 comments:

  1. Wow! Unbelievable, but true!

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  2. Didn't know that. Makes me wonder what type of fish live there, if any.

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  3. interesting, didn't know about this lake.

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  4. those salty lakes are often good for health

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  5. Another cool info. Love learning from your posts:)

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  6. I did not know about this lake... Thanks, dear, for information!:-)

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  7. So...can you float on it? I didn´t know this. Kisses:)

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  8. And you can float like crazy!!

    Pearl

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  9. Like Dezzy says, salt has so many health benefits. I wonder why it isn't flooded with people taking advantage of it?

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  10. Does that mean salt water fish inhabit this lake?

    Rowena @ rolala loves

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  11. Interesting question above about the fish, I'm fascinated as well! Thanks for stopping by my blog Adam, you should definitely try Greek yoghurt sometimes!

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    E from Helsinki
    http://dragonflyelisabeth.blogspot.fi/

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  12. I didn't know it had that much salt!

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  13. Bonita fotografía!!!
    Saludos
    http://judithbysucre.blogspot.com.es

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  14. This lake is fabulous ! I want to visit it :)

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  15. I would love to go see it some day.

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  16. you can see the great salt lake when you're flying over it. yes it does! cause i used to live there. and it smells like sulfur too. holy brine shrimp and brine flies batman. the mountains of utah are my fave, and the leaves this time of year are amazing. great now i'm homesick. thanks adam.

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