Abandoned Ships Stranded in the Desert. How many times have you been stranded in a desert in your life?
The Aral Sea lies between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan and was once one of the four largest lakes in the world. It has been shrinking at an alarming rate since the mid-20th Century. Now only 10 – 15 per cent of its original size, it has split into several smaller bodies of water and found notoriety for its ship graveyards symbolizing the collapse of an industry.
The Aral Sea lies between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan and was once one of the four largest lakes in the world. It is now home to one of the world's most notorious ship graveyards.
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The eerie, rusting 50-year-old ghost ships which are the only reminder that this desert used to be a sea