Turkey's Lake Tuz hit by climate change

By Suzan Fraser and Mehmet Guzel
Updated October 28 2021 - 8:02am, first published 7:59am
Climate change and irrigation practices are blamed for the drying up of Turkey's Lake Tuz.

For centuries, Lake Tuz in central Turkey has hosted huge colonies of flamingos that migrate and breed there when the weather is warm, feeding on algae in the lake's shallow waters.

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