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    What happend to the water in michigan are beach is so dry up u can walk up to the sandbar like in the picture I take. the sandbar is like 10 to 15ft out to land. its like the water is gone.
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      What in the world?!
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        Uhh isn't that a precursor of a tsunami or something?
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          Sounds like you got one a those mini lake krakens. I'd be careful walking on that sandbar if I was you.
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            Ya i grow up living here and i never seen this beach dry up like this before in my life.
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              If you look at old pictures of the beaches here on Galveston island there was a lot more sand then than there is today due to beach erosion.

              In your case its due to the drought. Several of our lakes got extremely low in the summer of 2011. The remains of an old town previously underwater emerged in one area. Things are back to normal now for most though several dead trees are still causing problems. .
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                That would be soo cool to walk around area that was underwater of a old town. really its not the drough there water at the beach 2 weeks ago. Now there nothing something is going up.
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                  Here some more pictures from the beach.








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                    As someone who is studying geology, what I can tell you is that if the water level suddenly receeds far out, then run for your life because that could mean a tsunami is coming.
                    Tsunamis are possible in lakes, too. Though in this instance, I don't think a tsunami is responsible being that I don't hear any sudden breaking news.
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