Lake that used to supply ice to India now short on water

Ice from Lake Cerknica, the largest intermittent lake in Europe, used to be exported all the way to Mumbai, India, but now the lake might eventually be left dry due to climate change. Water levels have been dropping for years, which increasingly affects the lake's ecosystem.

Lake Cerknica, caught between the Javorniki Hills and the Bloke plateau on one side, and Mount Slivnica on the other, stretches across 25 square kilometres, which makes it Europe's largest intermittent lake. It is probably also the best known intermittent lake in the world.

"No other intermittent lake has...

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