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largest lake of Haiti and the second largest lake of the
Hispaniola, after Lake Enriquillo. It is also known as Lake Azuei;
it is known as Lago del Fondo in the Dominican Republic. Its Ta no
name was Yainagua. The tang Saum tre, the brackish water lake is a
twin of the Enriquillo Lake, is 22 kilometres (14 mi) east of
Port-au-Prince on the fertile Plaine du Cul-de-Sac. The lake
supports over 100 species of waterfowl, flamingos and American
crocodiles, one of the few lakes of its type in the world to
harbour such fauna. The colour of the lake is an intense shade of
blue and this picturesque lake is skirted by brush and cacti. Even
though deforestation and soil erosion are occurring in the
catchment of Lake Azu i, the lake water level has remained
relatively stable. However, increased levels of eutrophication in
the form of increased growth of algae have been noted due to urban
growth in Fonds Parisien. Solid waste is also creating problem for
the lake, as during heavy afternoon winds, plastics fly into the
lake. And there is no waste management programme either in the
vicinity of the lake.
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