Turtle Pond in Central Park in New York City, NY
The Pond is now all that remains of what was once the Croton Water System, which was converted into the Great Lawn in 1937. A man-made body of water, Turtle Pond was restored by the Central Park Conservancy in 1998, when its shore was planted with trees and shrubs to improve the look and function of the wildlife's natural habitat.
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Central Park Lake
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