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a lake in northern Poland, near the coast of the Baltic Sea. Area, 75 sq km; depth, up to 5 m. The shores are flat and swampy. The lake is separated from the sea by a sand bar. The Leba River empties into Łebsko Lake. The lake is connected with the sea by a channel.

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clavata occurred with the highest mean intensity in perch compared with other fish species from Lebsko Lagoon.
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The best equivalent may be Lake Lebsko near Slupsk, Poland.
More than half of its 182 square kilometre area is covered by lakes; the two largest, Lebsko and Gardno, are former sea bays, cut off from the Baltic by the Leba sand bar, which stretches some 30 kilometres from Leba, westwards to the fishing village of Rowy.