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Salt Creek
Salt Creek is an ephemeral stream that flows from Mesquite Flat (near the Sand Dunes and Devils Cornfield) into the southern part of Death Valley. Salty groundwater flows from late fall until summer provides habitat for desert pupfish. For an aerial view of the Salt Creek area, click here.
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