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Greene's Lake

     On Beaver's Island's west side, a mile south of Fox Lake and a mile east of Greenes' Bay, lies a geological dumbell-shape consisting of Greene's Lake and, running east southeast, the Greene's Lake Bog.  In a wet year, the lake is little more than four feet deep. It can freeze solid in a cold winter, so fish won't survive. But the frogs hibernate in the muck, and they were trumpeting the brilliance of this evolutionarily successful strategy.




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