California Drought Reveals Hidden Detritus
California's Lake Perris is at an all time low, affecting everything from agriculture to urban life. But most interesting is the composite of hidden treasures that have risen to the surface in the form of forgotten debris. With the water level nearly 40 vertical feet below normal, great tractor tire reefs originally installed for bass habitation have been spotted. At least eight sunken boats have also been revealed.
By Jordan Moses
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