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St James Lake is one of Sydney s most mysterious freshwater lakes.

St James Lake is one of Sydney’s most mysterious freshwater lakes. It is located on the west side of Hyde Park in CBD District of Sydney. It is an underground lake formed by seepage in a tunnel in St James Railway Station. After that, the tunnel was abandoned. The lake is one kilometer long, ten meters wide and its deepest place can reach five meters. The St James Railway Station has long been famous for various urban legends and fears in 2011. Horror Movie: This is where the documentary of the Spiritual Tunnel was filmed. St. James lake, part of the abandoned site of the St James railway station, also has an urban legend. It is said that there is a huge albino eel lurking in the lake. It is also said that some workers were attacked by this kind of white eel when they built the tunnel. It seems very terrible, but there are eels in the lake. In the mysterious lakes beneath Sydney’s CBD, no one knows. Although the credibility is low, there are indeed large eel species in Sydney’s freshwater waters. They are the broad-fin eel/Anguilla reinhardtii, English name Longfin eel. The largest individual is up to 1.65 meters long. According to Australian museum, some eels cannot return to the sea because of river blockage and other reasons. Reproductive individuals can grow up to 3 metres in length, and large eels do pose a threat to humans. For example, their neighbouring relatives, New Zealand eel/anguilla dieffenbachii, have recorded attacks on humans and successfully photographed them in river monsters, because they do not know whether underground water in St. James lake was connected to other waters, and Nobody has seen it so far, so it’s not clear whether the legendary albino eel exists or not.

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