15 U.S. Geography Facts You Didn’t Learn in School

The western United States used to have enormous lakes

During a period called the “Last Glacial Maximum” over 20,000 years ago, the states of Nevada, Utah, Oregon, and California contained bodies of water so huge they rivaled the Great Lakes. Over time, the giant lakes shrank as global temperatures began to rise until they eventually disappeared altogether.

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