Lake Magadi

Olduvai gorge Ngorongoro conservation area, as seen from the edges [1]

Olduvai gorge Ngorongoro conservation area, as seen from the edges [1]
Lake Magadi of Ngorongoro is an alkaline crater lake, with the name 'Magadi' being swahili for soda. It is often inhabited by thousands of lesser flamingoes and gets its water from combination of rainfall and a stream that drains water from Olmoti crater in the north.



Location of Lake Magadi Lake Magadi of Tanzania is located on the eastern part of Ngorongoro crater, in the northern part of the country. Not to be confused with the Kenyan one which is located about a hundred kilometres north of it.References1. By Harvey Barrison from Massapequa, NY, USA - Ngorongoro_2012 05 29_2253Uploaded by Elitre, CC BY-SA 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=21466680 - accessed on 15th December, 2017

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