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The Sea of Galilee has fresh water, fed by the River Jordan. The salt content is beginning to increase from salt water springs in the bed of the lake because too much fresh water is being extracted, but it remains a fresh water lake at present

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The Sea of Galilee is fresh water, fed by the River Jordan. The salinity is beginning to increase from salt water springs in the bed of the lake because too much fresh water is being extracted, but it remains a fresh water lake at present.


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