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What do the Aral Sea and Owens Lake have in common?
O Both lakes dried up.
O Both lakes are a source of dangerous air pollution.
O Water was diverted from the natural freshwater lakes.
All of the other answers are correct and hence this is the best answer.
The pattern of the Aral Sea in central Asia and the Owens Lake have a lot of
similarities. Water was diverted from natural rivers feeding these freshwater
lakes. Then, both lakes dried up, and the individuals living nearby are
suffering health effects from the blown-up dust....
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- Fall '06