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Lake Eyre is the largest salt lake in the world. It covers 8430 km sq, is 144 kilometres (89 miles) long and 77 kilometres (48 miles) wide. Much of the lake is below sea-level. It is extremely rare for the lake to fill with water, in fact Lake Eyre has only been full of water three times in living memory.
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