Lake Tanganyika under threat, scientists record highest ever temperatures

East African News: East Africa's second biggest inland water, Lake Tanganyika has heated up sharply over the past 90 years and is now warmer than at any time for at least 1,500 years, according to a new scientific study published in Nature Geoscience. The lake, which straddles the border between Tanzania, Burundi, Zambia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, is a vital source of both protein for the thousands of people living on its shores and employment for the hundreds of fishermen who take their ......

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