Located in Central Asia, this inimitable sea is between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.
Once, it was the fourth-largest lake ever to exist.
The Aral Sea can’t discharge its waters into any seas or rivers.
The Aral Sea had plenty of fish supplies and a busy shipping community.
Soviet Government deprived the Aral Sea of its two water sources by establishing a program to promote agriculture and especially cotton.
The Sea Area is supposedly one of the poorest regions of the oil production province.
There is a high salt level in the Aral Sea.
The Aral Sea and its nearby areas have experienced rapid climate changes in recent years.
It is believed that in the early 1990s, the Soviet Government set up a laboratory for bioweapons in the Aral Sea centre.
The area near the Aral Sea experiences a lot of sand storms.