Most beautiful lakes in the world

In this most beautiful lakes article, we will know the details of some beautiful lakes in the world. Lakes can be formed by tectonic, volcanic or even glacial activities, but many lakes have been created and destroyed by deliberate and accidental human activity. Given the natural causes of lake formation, it is no coincidence that most of the world’s great lakes are found in North America. This is because the area was covered with glaciers in the distant past. As these glaciers move constantly, their removal from the ground and the deposit of molten ice water leads to the formation of lakes. Lakes are important habitats and water resources. Although the planet has many remarkable lakes, we have listed the 10 largest lakes in the world. The lakes are completely inland waters, independent of oceans and seas. The lakes are larger and deeper than the ponds and many of them are fed and drained by streams and rivers. It is estimated that there are about 2 million lakes in the world. Some lakes are found in mountainous areas, others near sea level. Lakes can be fresh or salt lakes. Some beautiful lakes are below:

Michigan Lake – (58,016 Square Kilometers)

Lake Michigan Lake is one of the most beautiful lakes of North America, but unlike the others, Lake Michigan is completely in the United States. In fact, it is the largest of all the lakes, completely located on the same ground. With a total area of 57,800 square kilometers, it is the third-largest in the Great Lakes and the second largest with 4,918 cubic kilometers of water. It is 494 km long and 190 km wide and has more than 2,575 km of coastline. The Lake Michigan Basin is surrounded to the east by the Lake Huron Basin. With an average depth of 85 m, the lake reaches 282 m at its lowest point. Like many other lakes in North America, Lake Michigan has been shaped by glacial movements and is connected to the ocean by artificial canals, such as the St. Lawrence and Great Lakes canals. to this end.

Lake Tanganyika – (32,893 Square Kilometers)

Lake Tanganyika is another big African beautiful lake on our list. Lake Tanganyika is the longest freshwater lake in the world and one of the largest on the surface. It is located in the middle of the African highlands and has access to the rivers Ruzizi, Kalamboo, and Malagarai. It is estimated to be the second-largest freshwater lake in the world and the largest in the world. With a basin extending to Burundi, Tanzania, Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo, Lake Tanganyika is the sixth largest lake in the world with a total area of 32,893 square kilometers, an average depth of 570 m and the lowest point of 1470 m below the surface. Lake Tanganyika, like many large lakes, was formed by tectonic movements and is 677 km long and about 50 km wide in the widest part. Lake Baikal is known to be the second deepest lake at 642 meters below sea level.

Lake Baikal – (31,500 Square Kilometers)

Another lake in the northern hemisphere, Lake Baikal, also called the Lake of Nature, is a lake of fissures (lakes formed by movements in a zone of tectonic fissures) north of the Mongolian border in the Siberian region since the Au South is Russia, between the Russian states of the Republic of Buryatia and the Irkutsk Oblast. Lake Baikal is the largest freshwater lake in the world without ice and contains about 20% of the world’s freshwater. It is also considered one of the “clearest” lakes in the world. It is not only the seventh-largest lake in the world with a total area of 31,500 square kilometers but also the largest lake in the world by volume and the deepest in the world. It may even be one of the oldest lakes on our planet, with an estimated age of 25 million years. The average depth of this lake is 744.4 m, with the lowest point of 1642 m (the crack lakes are generally deeper than those without cracks because the height of the cracks is increased by tectonic movements of water). It is called “the Galapagos of Russia” because in ancient times some of the most diverse and unusual freshwater species in the world were discovered. The basin of this lake is completely in Russia and its main sources of taxes are the rivers Barguzin, Selenge, and Upper Angara, which are completely drained by the river Angara.

Lake Malawi – (30,044 Square Kilometers)

Lake Malawi also called Niassa Lake in Mozambique and Lake Nyasa in Tanzania is a very impressive African lake on our list. Tanzania, Mozambique, and Malawi are the basin countries of this lake, the southernmost lake of the Rift Lake system in East Africa. The lake is not only the ninth largest lake in the world with a total area of 30,044 square kilometers but also the third largest and second-largest lake on the African continent. At a depth of 706 m, Lake Malawi has a length of 579 km and an average depth of 292 m. The main entrance to Lake Malawi is the Ruhuhu River and the main exit is the Shire River at its southern end. This lake formed at an altitude of about 500 meters above sea level due to the separation of tectonic plates (a lake with superficial layers and deep waters that do not mix) is famous for harboring the largest number of fish species of the world, including nearly 1000 species of cichlids.

Great Slave Lake – (28,930 Square Kilometers)

Great Slave Lake is not only the world’s tenth-largest lake, but also the deepest lake in North America, with a depth of 614 meters, and the second-largest lake in the Northwest Territories of Canada. The lake is 480 km long, 19 to 109 km wide and 28 930 km wide. The Hay River is the main entrance, while the Mackenzie River is the main entrance. The Great Slave Lake area is approximately 156 meters to the north and is frozen most of the year.

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