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In Texas, water levels are so low a rarely-seen underwater cave and century-old ruins have appeared

  • Water levels at Canyon Lake in Texas have dropped so low that an underwater cave and remnants of communities from over a century ago are resurfacing, revealing hidden caves and historical artifacts.
  • The water levels have dropped dramatically, with images showing only a small portion of a cave visible on September 2, but now revealing a vast entrance with rock formations and stalactites. This has left some residents feeling sad about the situation.
  • This extreme drop in water levels is a rare occurrence, with one resident stating that they haven't seen the water this low since they moved to the area.
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