We are on Lake Natron, an African salty lake that we will find in the Great Rift Valley in Tanzania, bordering on Kenya.
The lake takes its name from a natural chemical compound consisting mainly of sodium carbonate, which comes from a nearby volcano, called Ol Doinyo Lengai. It is difficult to survive in this hard ecosystem where temperatures can reach up to 60 degrees and water is exaggeratedly alkaline.
Flamenco calcified and reflected in water
Another calcified swallow
Another calcified bat
It should be noted that animals do not die from the lake itself, but once the lake alkalinity, among other factors, causes the animals to dry literally and become calcified.
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