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Texas landscape scorches under record-breaking heat

A view shows residential boat docks on dry land at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio as majority of Texas experiences drought amid an extreme heat wave hitting the state, in Medina County, Texas, June 18, 2022.  REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar

A view shows residential boat docks on dry land at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio as majority of Texas expmore

A view shows residential boat docks on dry land at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio as majority of Texas experiences drought amid an extreme heat wave hitting the state, in Medina County, Texas, June 18, 2022. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar
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A view shows low water levels at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio as majority of Texas experiences drought amid an extreme heat wave hitting the state, in Medina County, Texas, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar

A view shows low water levels at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio as majority of Texas experiences drought amore

A view shows low water levels at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio as majority of Texas experiences drought amid an extreme heat wave hitting the state, in Medina County, Texas, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar
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Animal prints are visible on a dry lake outside of San Antonio, Texas, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar

Animal prints are visible on a dry lake outside of San Antonio, Texas, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar

Animal prints are visible on a dry lake outside of San Antonio, Texas, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar
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Signs show Bandera County Medina Lake Park closed due to water levels at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar

Signs show Bandera County Medina Lake Park closed due to water levels at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, Jmore

Signs show Bandera County Medina Lake Park closed due to water levels at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar
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A residential boat dock sits on dry land at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, Texas, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar

A residential boat dock sits on dry land at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, Texas, June 18. REUTERS/Jordanmore

A residential boat dock sits on dry land at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, Texas, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar
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Residential boat docks sit on dry land at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar

Residential boat docks sit on dry land at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhamore

Residential boat docks sit on dry land at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar
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A view shows residential boat docks on dry land at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, June 18.  REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar

A view shows residential boat docks on dry land at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, June 18.  REUTERS/Jordamore

A view shows residential boat docks on dry land at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, June 18.  REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar
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A shoe sits on a dry and cracked lakebed at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar

A shoe sits on a dry and cracked lakebed at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vondermore

A shoe sits on a dry and cracked lakebed at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar
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A view shows low water levels at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar

A view shows low water levels at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar

A view shows low water levels at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar
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A view shows low water levels at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar

A view shows low water levels at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar

A view shows low water levels at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar
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A view shows low water levels at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar

A view shows low water levels at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar

A view shows low water levels at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar
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A bouy normally used to mark "No wake" zones sits on dry land at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar

A bouy normally used to mark "No wake" zones sits on dry land at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, June 18. more

A bouy normally used to mark "No wake" zones sits on dry land at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar
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A view shows low water levels at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar

A view shows low water levels at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar

A view shows low water levels at Medina Lake outside of San Antonio, June 18. REUTERS/Jordan Vonderhaar
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