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Muckross Lake

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Primary inflows  Owengariff River
Basin countries  Ireland
Max depth  75 m
Surface elevation  21 m
Primary outflows  Lough Leane
Surface area  2.7 km (1.0 sq mi)
Area  2.7 km²
Outflow location  Lough Leane
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Islands  Dinish Island, Brickeen Island, Devil's Island

Muckross Lake, also called Middle Lake or The Torc, is a lake in Killarney National Park, County Kerry, Ireland. It is one of the three famous Lakes of Killarney, along with Lough Leane and Upper Lake. It is Ireland's deepest lake, reaching to 75 metres (246 ft) in parts.

Contents

Map of Muckross Lake, Co. Kerry, Ireland

Wildlife

The lake is a noted salmon and brown trout fishery.

The monster

As with many lakes, Muckross Lake allegedly contains a great monster — possibly a 20-foot (6-metre) long eel.

References

Muckross Lake Wikipedia


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