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Courtesy of La Pagina newspaper FB page and Paola Watterlot.聽 I had always heard them referred to as trombas.聽聽

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馃敶聽Captan "culebra de agua" en el Lago de Chapala

Mientras caminaba por el malec贸n de聽#Ajijic聽la ma帽ana de este martes 4 de agosto, la activista Paola de Watterlot capt贸 con la c谩mara de su tel茅fono celular este fen贸meno natural mejor conocido como "culebra de agua" en el聽#LagoDeChapala. Este mismo fen贸meno natural se apreci贸 desde otros puntos de la ribera, como en聽#SanJuanCosal谩聽y en聽#Jocotepec, seg煤n im谩genes que ya circulan en las redes sociales.

馃敶聽Capture "water snake" in Lake Chapala

While walking along the #Ajijic boardwalk on the morning of this Tuesday, August 4, activist Paola de Watterlot captured with her cell phone camera this natural phenomenon better known as "water snake" in #LagoDeChapala. This same natural phenomenon was appreciated from other points on the shore, such as # SanJuanCosal谩 and #Jocotepec, according to images already circulating on social networks.

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32 minutes ago, Floradude said:

Water Spout

Well, yeah.聽 But it was the Spanish term I was interested in.聽 Have heard tromba in the past.

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I would have loved to see it. I have been looking for years. I have seen two on lakes in Canada. They were quite noisy. They are also called Trompa locally.

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