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Unusual Signs Hint at Earth's Troubling Climate Transformation

Park rangers in Death Valley are scratching their heads as to how the desert's phantom lake has persisted for more than half a year — likely its longest lifespan in living memory. A recent rain dump also means that the puzzling pool of water, which normally dries up within weeks of appearing, could remain intact for several more months.

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    'This is weird': Experts 'shocked' by record-breaking longevity of Death Valley's phantom lake

    'This is weird': Experts 'shocked' by record-breaking longevity of Death Valley's phantom lake

    A temporary lake at Badwater Basin in Death Valley National Park has persisted for more than six months, which is far longer than it has lasted …

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