Lake Oroville, which is one of the largest reservoirs in the state of California, currently looks like a shell of its former self. That’s how much of an effect the historic drought that the western United States is experiencing has had on water bodies in the region. Apart from Lake Oroville, other reservoirs in the state are also dropping to well below their maximum capacity. Lake Oroville recently hit a record low, beating the previous record that was made back in 1977. At the current pace, Lake Oroville is dropping around a foot every day!

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