The water level of Inle, the second largest lake in Myanmar, has hit an all-time low following record high temperatures and low rainfall during the past year. The lake has a special ecosystem, and is home to many species unique to the waters. It also supports a community of 70,000 people who farm and fish there. But climate change has seen water levels drop dramatically and scientists fear the lake could dry up soon.
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