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The clean and not so much clean lakes

Nelson lakes; New Zealand The brightest lake in the world is Blue Lake and it is located in Nelson Lakes National Park in New Zealand. The visibility of the lake is as high as 80 meters – which means that it is considered optically clean almost like distilled water. Lake Victoria Lake Victoria is one of the great African lakes. It has an area of ​​68,700 square kilometers and is…

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The largest and brightest lakes

The Caspian Sea is the largest lake in the world with salt water. It lies 28 meters below sea level, on the border of Europe and Asia. The length of the lake is 1,200 kilometers, the width is about 300 kilometers, and the greatest depth is 995 meters.Huron is a lake in North America, one of the five Great Lakes, on the border of the USA and Canada, i.e. the…

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Little known facts on lakes

The highest lake in the world is Titicaca in South America and is located at 3,812 meters above sea level.Lake Baikal in the Asian part of the Russian Federation is the oldest lake (about 25 million years), and also the deepest (about 1700 m) lake in the world. It is administratively located in two administrative units, in the Irkutsk region and in the Buryat region. The water of Lake Baikal…

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Curiosities about lakes worldwide

Most of the world’s great lakes are located in areas that were once covered by glaciers. Many of the world’s great lakes have been created by glacial erosion and will, unfortunately, eventually disappear. Here are various interesting facts about lakes that deserve all your attention on this list due to their special features.In Minnesota, USA, glaciers have created 11,000 lakes.On the shores of the Caspian Sea are the states of…

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Fascinating lakes in Canada

Lake Memphremagog; Quebec Lake Memphremagog, created by ancient glaciers, is a stunning lake located between Quebec and the U.S. state of Vermont, and 73 percent is located in Quebec. The lake is named after Algonquin’s word for “where there is great water”.The surroundings of Lake Memphremagog are especially beautiful, which with its rolling hills to the east and rugged mountains to the west. It is also home to 21 different…

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Beautiful lakes in Canada

Lake Abraham; Alberta Located in Alberta on the North Saskatchewan River, Lake Abraham is an artificial lake that was created in 1972 from the Bighorn Dam. It is located at the foot of the Rockies at an altitude of 1,340 meters.Lake Abraham is not a large lake, but it is impressive, with an amazing blue color. It is the result of the flour of the rocks created by the mountains.One…

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The best lakes in Canada

The second largest country in the world, Canada ,is known for its natural beauty and outdoor activities. It is home to eight different forest regions, two mountain regions, volcanoes and an Arctic zone. It also happens to have the world’s largest amount of freshwater lakes, which are distributed in all ten provinces and three territories.It is believed that Canada has over 2 million lakes, of which 31,752 are larger than…

Posted on: June 12, 2020 Posted by: alt Comments: 0

Interesting facts you probably didn’t know about Lake Michigan!

Lake Michigan was discovered in 1634 almost 400 years ago. This is the only lake of all the Great Lakes located entirely within the United States and also the largest freshwater lake of the same. More than 43% of all fishing in the Great Lakes takes place on Lake Michigan. The deepest point of the lake is 281.94 meters. It stretches for 23,000 miles, and the Mackinac Strait is its…

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Ship Cemetery

The Great Lakes hide more than 6,000 ships at the bottom The Great Lakes hide in their depths thousands of wrecks that sleep at the bottom at the lakes. These old ships serve as time capsules for researchers where objects are kept from that time in which they were made. This is a world record for lakes.
The lakes are so large that one can even recognize the largest lake Superior…

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Lake Ontario

Lake Ontario is the smallest of all the Great Lakes at an area of ​​18,960km2, but its water has its perks. It holds approximately four times the volume of water about 1640 km3 of the Erie, although it is similar in width and length. Most east of the Great Lakes, Lake Ontario is located at the foot of Niagara Falls. It is confined to Ontario, Canada to the southwest and…