Fishes cannot live in the Great Salt Lake.
Any fish live in the Great Salt Lake.
there are no fish in the great salt lake
The Great Salt lake is a desert so it is doubtful there are any fish in it
no. there are hardly any fish in the great salt lake, it's too salty.
Yes. The Great Salt Lake is so salty that it is almost impossible for a human to sink, and very few species of fish/water life can survive there.
The Great Salt Lake in Utah is the only lake with the name "Great Salt Lake" but it is not the only saltwater lake in the world.
Yes, the Great Salt Lake is a lake.
Not generally within the city because there arent many places to fish. You wouldn't catch much in the Great Salt Lake, it's too salty. But it is popular for Salt Lake City residents to go to the lakes nearby in the mountains to fish. Most of the fish in the area are trout.
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yes. the southern end of the great salt lake has the same salinity as the ocean, so the state allowed tropical fish and nurse sharks to be brought in.
The Great Salt Lake is located in the northern part of Utah. It is the largest salt water lake in the Western Hemisphere.
The Great Salt Lake is the largest salt water lake in the Western Hemisphere.
the great salt lake obviously
The great salt lake is in Utah.
The Great Salt Lake In Utah is a highly briny remnant lake of prehistoric Lake Bonneville and is located within the Great Salt Lake Desert.
great lake salt lake is bigger than lake Powell
The Great Salt Lake. The Great Salt Lake has such a high salt concentration that it is easy to float. In fact, the old slogan of the Saltair Resort (a tourist spot at the Great Salt Lake) was "Try to Sink!!"
The Great Salt Lake is located in northern Utah.
No, the Great Salt Lake does not have dolphins in it. The water is far too salty for much life to survive. Brine shrimp flourish, but no fish or other larger marine creatures can live there.
There is only one Great Salt Lake. Perhaps you meant to ask about the Great Lakes, which are not the same as the Great Salt Lake.
the answer is yes there is water in the great salt lake
The Great Salt Lake is purple and green.
The Great Salt Lake is near Salt Lake City.
The Great Salt lake is in Utah. The capital of Utah is Salt Lake City.
It is because it is called the great salt lake..... great means biggest so it would be the biggest lake.... That is how you do it in salt lake
Yes. It was originally called "Great Salt Lake City" but the 'great' was dropped because it was a long name.
The Great Salt Lake desert is in the state of Utah
The Great Salt Lake is located in Utah.
Yes, the Great Salt Lake still exists.
Salt Lake City got it's name from being so close to the Great Salt Lake. The Great Salt Lake was once apart of A very large lake named Lake Bonneville that once covered many states. It's next to the Great Salt Lake.
The great salt lake is 50 ft deep and it's the saltyest lake there is!
The salinity of Great Salt Lake is variable: between 5 % and 27 %.
Yup, but the Dead Sea and the Great Salt Lake are saltwater lakes. The Great Salt Lake has a higher salt concentration than the ocean!
Sodium chloride is extracted from Great Salt Lake but not as edible salt for humans.
No. Too much salt. There are brine shrimp, but no fish.
The salinity of the Great Salt Lake varies, but is on average about 12%.
The Great Salt Lake is located in the northern part of Utah.
Pirates of the Great Salt Lake was created in 2006.
Great Salt Lake wreck happened in 1944.
The Great Salt Lake. Major lakes in Utah include the Great Salt Lake, Utah Lake, Bear Lake, and Lake Powell.
The Great Salt Lake is not in the Eastern Hemisphere, it is in the west.