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Saratoga Springs
Saratoga Spring is a perennial water source in southern Death Valley in the Amargosa River valley near Ibex Dunes. Water is derived from the greater Amargosa River groundwater recharge basin that encompasses a large region of parts of southern Nevada and California. Saratoga Spring is home to a species of desert pupfish (Cyprinodon nevadensis), one of four varieties of pupfish native to the Death Valley area (NPS, [2010c].
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