Largest Lakes in world
Great Bear Lake:The lake has clear waters, covered in ice for most months of the year. Its maximum depth is 1,463 ft and its average depth is 235 ft. The lake is inhabited by the community of Délįnę
Lake Vostok: it reaches about 1,700 feet to 3,000 feet. Lake Vostok became buried under the Antarctic thick ice sheet about 15 million years ago. NASA researchers have estimated that the entire.
Lake Baikal: It’s also the world’s deepest lake, with a maximum depth of 5,387 feet. Located in Siberia, Russia, it’s the world’s oldest lake with a history dating back to 25-30 million years.
Lake Superior: is the most superior –yes, we mean that literally. Holding 10% of the world’s surface freshwater, it is the largest of the Great Lakes and the world’s third-largest by volume.
Lake Malawi: is an African Great Lake with a water volume of 2,000 cubic miles and a depth of 2,316 feet. It is the fourth-largest lake in the world by volume and the second deepest lake in Africa.
Lake Michigan :is located entirely within the United States. With a water volume of 1,180 cubic miles and a surface area of 22,404 square miles, Lake Michigan is the second-largest of the Great.
Lake Huron: is Lake Huron, with a water volume of 850 cubic miles and a maximum depth of 750 feet. Lake Huron is shared by Ontario, Canada, and Michigan, United States.
Lake Tanganyika:The second-largest lake in the world by volume is Lake Tanganyika, shared between four countries, namely Tanzania, Burundi, Congo, and Zambia. Considered one of Africa’s Great Lake.
Issyk-Kul :is a large tropical lake located in Northern Tian Shan mountains in Eastern Kyrgyzstan. The name originates from the Kyrgyz language and it means “warm lake.”
Lake Victoria:it is approximately 23, 146 square miles, the largest lake by area in Africa. Lake Victoria is also the world’s second-largest freshwater lake by surface area (after Lake Superior).