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Largest Lake in the World [2023] Top 10 List with Area and Country

There are so many things in the world that holds many records some are man-made and some are natural. Nature is the best creator is shows different colours. Here in this, we are going to talk about the most amazing creation of natural Lakes, some of you sometimes visit lakes for camping and other activity. You ever wonder about Largest Lake in 2023 of the World,  according to sources we discuss the Top 10 List of lakes with Area & Country. Read the full article to get information.

Largest Lake in the World 2023

The earth’s surface is covered with 71% of water. Only 21% surface is landfill. Oceans contribute to the largest water bodies. Water is present in different forms like Rivers, Lakes, seas, oceans, waterfalls and others. Here in the article, we discuss the 10 largest lakes of 2023 according to the area and origin of the country.

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Lakes are water bodies that are surrounded by land. It can be man-made or natural. Natural lakes form the surface of the earth or nearby water bodies lakes can be formed by rainwater. There is a difference between ponds and lakes main differences are due to size, outlet, depth, shape and type of water contained in it.

top 10 world Largest Lakes

Top 10 Largest Lake 2023

Let’s start to discover the largest lakes in the world. There is no confusion regarding how lakes formed in nature. There is an interesting fact that is, the largest lakes not be the deepest and longest lakes in the world. The list of the largest lakes in descending order is given below:

Great Slave Lake

Area: 27,000 km²
Length: 480 km
Max Depth: 614 m
Volume: 1,560 km³
Location: Canada

The Great slave lake was named by French Explorer that dealt with Cree individuals. That name was translated into English. This is the 10th largest lake in the world has a fair amount of area and it is known mostly as the deepest lake in North America. Due to its length, of 480 km, there are multiple towns surrounding Great Slave Lake. Some of the most notable Towns are Fort Resolutions, Hay River and Dettah.

Lake Malawi 

Area: 29,500 km²
Length: 576 km
Max Depth: 706 m
Volume: 8,400 km³
Location: Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania

lake Malawai is another of the African great lakes. due to its size, it is the 9th largest lake in the world. It is surrounded by Mozambique, Tanzania, and Malawi itself. It is not the largest lake but it contains the most species of fish of any lake in the world. There have been over 700 species recorded so far. It has the unique water formation as a meromictic lake its water layer doesn’t mix with each other.

Great Bear Lake 

Area: 31,000 km²
Length: 373 km
Max Depth: 446 m
Volume: 2,236 km³
Location: Canada

Great Bear Lake is located in Canada. It is the largest lake in the country, as Canada has many lakes. It is the 8th largest lake in the world. The water in the lake comes from different rivers like Whitefish River, Big Spruce River and more. These rivers contribute 2,236 km of cubic water volume. The lake is surrounded by the dense Boreal Forest of Canada making a home to a wide variety of animals and biodiversity.

Lake Baikal

Area: 31,500 km²
Length: 636 km
Max Depth: 1,637 m
Volume: 23,600 km³
Location: Russia

It is the oldest lake in the world. It is the largest freshwater lake in the world. And 7th largest lake in the world. It is regarded as one of the clearest lakes in the world with clarity up to 130 ft below the surface.

Lake Tanganyika 

Area: 32,600 km²
Length: 676 km
Max Depth: 1,470 m
Volume: 18,900 km³
Location: Burundi, Zambia, Tanzania, Democratic Republic of Congo

It is the second-largest Great African lake and the world’s 6th largest lake. It is also the 2nd oldest freshwater lake have many islands developed nearby it. This lake is considered dangerous to swim in due to Nile Crocodiles and Banded Water Cobra residing in the lake.

Lake Michigan 

Area: 58,000 km²
Length: 494 km
Max Depth: 281 m
Volume: 4,900 km³
Location: United States

The lake itself contains many islands. some of these are Beaver Island, Fox Islands, North Manitou Island, and South Manitou Island. It is the 5th largest lake in the world.

Lake Huron 

Area: 59,600 km²
Length: 322 km
Max Depth: 229 m
Volume: 3,540 km³
Location: Canada, United States

This is not only the 4th largest lake but the most beautiful lake too. Huron has an impressive lake retention time of 22 years.

Lake Victoria

Area: 68,870 km²
Length: 322 km
Max Depth: 84 m
Volume: 2,750 km³
Location: Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania

The 3rd largest lake, Lake Victoria is well known for its biodiversity. This lake is home to Hippopotamus, Nile Crocodiles, African Helmeted Turtles and more.

Lake Superior 

Area: 82,100 km²
Length: 616 km
Max Depth: 406.3 m
Volume: 12,100 km³
Location: Canada, United States

It is 2nd largest lake in the world and the name of the lake was named because it is one of the deepest lakes among the largest lake of depth 406m. The lake drains into lake Huron which is situated nearby.

Caspian Sea 

Area: 371,000 km²
Length: 1,199 km
Max Depth: 1,025 m
Volume: 71,200 km³
Location: Kazakhstan, Russia, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Iran

The Caspian sea is the largest inland body of water in the world. Located between Europe and Asia, it is an endorheic basin. This means there is no outflow from the lake to other bodies. Due to its largest size, it has its own ecosystem. The Caspian Turtle and Seal are the main species of lake.

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