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Lake Kamyslybas, as seen from space.
|Surface area||176 km2 (68 sq mi)|
Lake Kamyslybas is a large saltwater lake in the Qyzylorda Province, Kazakhstan. It has an area of 176 km², although the water level in the lake often fluctuates. It lies in the northern part of Syr Darya's delta, to which it is connected by a canal. Lake Kamyslybas is used as a fishery.
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