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More than 2,700 acres of biodiversity
Madine Lake is 3 mi long (5 km) and between 1,640 ft to 1.5 mi wide (500m to 2.4 km). It extends over 2,718 acres (1,100 ha), and its depth varies from 8 to 45 ft (2.4 m to 14 m). It is home to two islands that constitute natural reserves for its fauna and flora. The lake also has a particular shape, with numerous arms in which the wild vegetation forms small fjords. Included in the Lorraine Regional Nature Park, Madine Lake is part of the Woëvre plain.
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