Cooper Creek - intermittent stream in Queensland, Australia. It appears only during the rainy season and has no bed. On these maps of the river are designated by dotted lines, because at a certain time of year completely disappear. That's when Cooper Creek turns into the best place for catching crayfish. Since arthropods have nowhere to live, they crawl ashore. Locals simply draw them with a shovel. A paradise for lovers of beer.
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