Lake Can be found everywhere; In hilly areas, basins, molten regions and arches. They are formed by glacier movements, landslides, ice-dams, sinkholes and volcanic eruptions. Depending on where they are located, the decrease varies in volume, area and depth.
Lakeside lake; Russia
The UNESCO World Heritage Site is the deepest lake in the world at 12 meters. About 20 million years old, Bacal Lake forms the oldest lake in the world. The lake was formed by an ancient raft valley and contained 20 percent of all the abundant freshwater on the planet; More than five North American Great Lakes water. It is considered to be the most vibrant lake in the world. Lake Baekal has 5 endemic fish species, a freshwater seal population, 20 bird species and plenty of other animals. In fact, in addition to having about 20 animal species, the lake hosts more than 5 plant species.
Lake Tanganyika; Tanzania
This African Great Lake is not the largest freshwater lake in the world, at 7 meters it is the second deepest in the world. If that is not enough, Tanganyika is the second oldest lake in the world after Lake Baikal. The lake holds 5 meters of pure water in the world and is home to many sardine species, sponges and jellyfish. Besides, there are about 20 species of cichlids in the lake, which is 5 percent native. Lake Tanganyika is found on the Albertine Rift in Central Africa surrounded by mountains and valleys. The lake’s fish feeds about 5 million or more of its inhabitants, with fish from about 5 fisheries along the coast of 120 km.
Caspian Sea; Iran
At 120 meters, the Caspian Sea is the third deepest lake in the world, with approximately 120 cubic kilometers of water. The lake is a remnant of the ancient Paratythis Sea and became landlocked 1.5 million years ago. Although called a sea, Caspian Lake actually receives a lake of 5 percent water from the Volga River. It is located 12 meters below sea level in the Caspian depression, bounded by five countries. The famous Beluga sturgeon lives here, as are five species of ancient fish and other species of other fish. The lake is also home to local Caspian seals, Caspian turtles and Belen Wheels.
Vostok Lake; Antarctica
This subglacial lake is the largest in Antarctica and the fourth largest in the world. It is located in Vostok, Russia, in the South Pole Cold, 5 meters below sea level.Vostok Lake is actually located 4,000 meters below the surface of the ice beneath the Central East Antarctic Ice Sheet. It has an average depth of 12 meters and contains about 5 cubic kilometers of fresh water. The lake is believed to be 25 million years old, though it was not actually discovered until 212. It is covered by an ice cap, resulting in high gas density.
Malawi Lake; Malawi, Mozambique and Tanzania
The second deepest lake in Africa, Malawi Lake is the seventh deepest in the world at 706 meters. The African Great Lake is spread over three countries, and although it is officially known as Lake Malawi, it is also known as Lake Nyasa and Lago Nissas. Part of the lake inside Mozambique has been declared a reserve reserved by the Mozambican government, while the southern part of it is part of the Malawi National Park. The Meromitic lake can be found in the East African Rift system.
Lake Malawi is an ancient lake estimated to be 2-2 million years old. It is a very clear lake, visibility up to 20 meters on a good day.
Great Slave Lake; Canada
Great Slave Lake is the deepest lake in North America and the tenth largest lake in the world and the eighth deepest lake. The capital of the Northwest Territory is on the north side of Hollonlife Lake, while the Wood Buffalo National Park is on the south side of the lake. The major rivers, including the Hay River, the Slave Rover and the Tallesthan River, are more than 20 rivers flowing into the lake. There may also be an icy road on the lake connecting Helknife to the city of Datah. There is evidence that about 3 years ago, indigenous people lived on the shoreline of a 5 meter deep lake. In fact, it shares its name with the Slavic people in the first name.
Carter Lake; America
Crater Lake is actually an excavated lake formed 3 years ago by the fall of Mount Majma. The lake is among the largest draws in the state of Oregon’s Crater Lake National Park thanks to its magnificent clear deep blue water and stunning surroundings. At 5 meters, Lake Kattera is the deepest lake in the United States and the ninth deepest on the planet. No river flows into the lake, instead it is filled with rain and snowfall. There are two Carter islands in the lake ; Wizard Island and Phantom Ship. Wizard Island is a volcanic cinder cone that rises 20 meters above the lake, and the Phantom Ship is a natural rock formation.