Lakes are usually referred to as bodies of water surrounded by land. However, it has been extremely challenging for hydrologists to provide a clear definition of a lake.

- Elizabeth F., Stylist

Lake Baikal is the largest freshwater lake by water volume.

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Lake Victoria has an area of 26,828 square miles where over 200 species of fish live.

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Great Slave Lake is located in Canada’s Northwest Territories.

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Lake Malawi is famous for its clear water and 20-meter underwater visibility.

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Lake Titicaca is one of the largest lakes in South America, bordering Bolivia and Peru.

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Travelers visit Lake Titicaca mostly because it’s a historical and cultural treasure, as it is filled with ruins. Lake Titicaca is one of the largest lakes in South America, bordering Bolivia and Peru.