Where the Devil drinks; the lake with a snake and other stories

High in the mountains above Killarney, Co Kerry sits the enigmatically named lake the Devil’s Punchbowl. In the 1780s Arthur Young described it as the crater of an extinct volcano; by the 1930s its’ depth, shape and steep sides revealed it to be a coombe (corrie) lake – a remnant of the Ice Age. It

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