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12 Deepest Lakes in the World
Lake Baikal is the world's deepest lake which is located in Siberia having 5,315 feet depth.
Lake Tanganyika is an African lake which is 4,710 feet deep.
Caspian Sea is the world’s largest salt lake with 3,360 feet depth.
Lake Vostok is the largest among Antarctica's almost 400 lakes having 2,950 feet depth.
With 2,742 feet deep, San Martín Lake is located in Argentina.
San Martín Lake
Lake Nyasa is a long, thin lake located in Africa having 2,316 feet depth.
Meaning of Ysyk is "Hot Lake", it never freezes. It has 2,192 feet depth.
Great Slave Lake is located in Canada. It is the deepest lake in North America with 2,015 feet depth.
Great Slave Lake
Crater Lake is located in Oregon. It is a deepest lake in the United States with 1,943 feet depth.
This natural lake is located in South Sulawesi in the southern peninsula of Sulawesi with 1935.7 feet depth.
Hornindalsvatnet is the deepest lake in Norway and also in all of Europe with 1686 feet depth.
It is the largest lake in Indonesia, the world’s largest volcanic lake with 1656 depth.