Site of rare Devils Hole pupfish in Death Valley NP rattled by earthquake shocks 1500 miles away in Mexico

Two deadly earthquakes in Mexico this month also left their mark on a water-filled cavern in Nevada that is home to one of the world’s most endangered fish.

In a mysterious geological phenomenon, shock waves from the quakes traveled more than 1,500 miles to churn the water inside the only known habitat of the Devils Hole pupfish, 80 miles west of Las Vegas.

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