Previously submerged town uncovered by drought

Previously submerged town uncovered by drought (Google Maps)
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Adaminaby, a small farming town nestled in the Snowy Mountains between New South Wales and Victoria, was evacuated and flooded in 1957 to make way for a massive hydro-electricity project.

But the longest "big dry" in a century - widely blamed on climate change - has reduced man-made Lake Eucumbene to a tenth of its normal size, exposing the town's muddy outline to the elements.
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