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12 Deepest Lakes in the World

Amruta Joshi Nov 18, 2020
Lake Baikal is the world's deepest lake which is located in Siberia having 5,315 feet depth.
Lake Baikal
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Lake Tanganyika is an African lake which is 4,710 feet deep.
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Lake Tanganyika
Caspian Sea is the world’s largest salt lake with 3,360 feet depth.
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Caspian Sea
Lake Vostok is the largest among Antarctica's almost 400 lakes having 2,950 feet depth.
Lake Vostok
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With 2,742 feet deep, San Martín Lake is located in Argentina.
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San Martín Lake
Lake Nyasa is a long, thin lake located in Africa having 2,316 feet depth.
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Lake Nyasa
Meaning of Ysyk is "Hot Lake", it never freezes. It has 2,192 feet depth.
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Lake Ysyk
Great Slave Lake is located in Canada. It is the deepest lake in North America with 2,015 feet depth.
Great Slave Lake
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Crater Lake is located in Oregon. It is a deepest lake in the United States with 1,943 feet depth.
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Crater Lake
This natural lake is located in South Sulawesi in the southern peninsula of Sulawesi with 1935.7 feet depth.
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Lake Matano
Hornindalsvatnet is the deepest lake in Norway and also in all of Europe with 1686 feet depth.
Hornindalsvatn Lake
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It is the largest lake in Indonesia, the world’s largest volcanic lake with 1656 depth.
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Lake Toba