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[[Bark scorpion]]s can also be found in the general vicinity, along with some [[Barrel cactus fruit|barrel cactus]] and [[jalapeño pepper]] plants. There are also a number of [[Giant ant (Fallout: New Vegas)|giant ant]]s patrolling the area.
 
[[Bark scorpion]]s can also be found in the general vicinity, along with some [[Barrel cactus fruit|barrel cactus]] and [[jalapeño pepper]] plants. There are also a number of [[Giant ant (Fallout: New Vegas)|giant ant]]s patrolling the area.
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•Curiously, the icon used for the location's map marker suggests an active settlement instead of natural landmark.
   
 
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==Behind the scenes==
 
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The real [[Wikipedia:Ivanpah Lake|Ivanpah Lake]] is a dried up lake just outside of Primm, Nevada where a mining company dumped radioactive waste during the 1980s.
 
The real [[Wikipedia:Ivanpah Lake|Ivanpah Lake]] is a dried up lake just outside of Primm, Nevada where a mining company dumped radioactive waste during the 1980s.
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Ivanpah Dry Lake is a location in the Mojave Wasteland. Located to the south of Primm and to the east of the Nevada Highway Patrol station.

Layout

A blank desert landscape, its main feature is a small hill in the center with a harvestable honey mesquite pod and a burned-out car, with a suitcase in the back seat. The Courier can also find a stash toolbox next to the car.

Bark scorpions can also be found in the general vicinity, along with some barrel cactus and jalapeño pepper plants. There are also a number of giant ants patrolling the area.

Notes

•Curiously, the icon used for the location's map marker suggests an active settlement instead of natural landmark.

Appearances

Ivanpah Dry Lake appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.

Behind the scenes

The real Ivanpah Lake is a dried up lake just outside of Primm, Nevada where a mining company dumped radioactive waste during the 1980s.


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