The largest lake in Mexico is Lake Chapala.
Lake Chapala is the largest lake and is located 42km south of Guadalajara.
Lake Chapala is part of an ecosystem that sprawls out to agricultural and city regions. It irrigates the land in the drainage basin and provides water to many people. However, there are serious threats to this lake, largely due to agricultural and industrial runoff. The shoreline is receding, and the lake is in danger of drying up. The water is no longer clear, and higher levels of phosphorus and heavy metals are found here now than in the past. Additionally, the lake is being invaded by alien weeds and algal blooms, while fish are dying off.
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