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Where Is The Saltiest Sea In The World?

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Containing around 116000000 tons of salt, the Dead sea is the saltiest sea on the face of this Earth. A big lake located in South-West Asia, the Dead sea is surrounded by Jordan on its Northern side while the southern half is divided between Jordan and Israel.

Area-wise the Dead sea covers an area of 394 square miles. The ratio of salt in the Jordan sea is 35:100000 and it flows into the Dead sea adding 850000 tons of salt to the total on an annual basis.

The lake surface level is the lowest sheet of water on earth lying below 1302 feet below the Mediterranean. As compared to the water level in winter, the summer beholds a clear negative difference of 10 to 15 feet. This fall in water level is in strong attribution to main reasons. The first one is the absence of rain and the second one is a high rate of evaporation.

Nevertheless despite of all these facts and the dearth of hotels there, tourists come to this area because of the warm climate, the vivid feel of history and the exquisite natural scenery there.
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The first is the dead sea while the second is the mediterranean
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The saltiest lake in the world is the dead sea.
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Salt lake cityy Durr lolz haahaha...btw I mean the lake in that ciTy not da actual cityy kk

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