• The world's largest freshwater lake is North America's Lake Superior at 31,700 mi2 (82,103 km2).
  • Lake Superior is the largest fresh water lake by surface area. According to wikipedia ( ) : "The largest freshwater lake by surface area, and third largest by volume, is Lake Superior with a surface area of 82,414 km². However, Lake Huron and Lake Michigan form a single hydrological system with surface area 117,350 km², sometimes designated Lake Michigan-Huron. All these are part of the Great Lakes of North America. "
  • Yes it is Lake Superior. The lake has warmed up 4.5 degrees since 1979 and as of June 2007, is at it's lowest level in 81 years.
  • lake Superior
  • By Volume : Lake Baikal in Siberia, It contains more water than all the North American Great Lakes combined. By Area : Caspian Sea. With a surface area of 394,299 km² (152,240 mi²), it has a surface area greater than the next six largest lakes combined.
  • Lake Superior
  • A guess is Lake Baikal. Iknow its super deep
  • At 1,637 meters (5,371 ft), Lake Baikal is the deepest lake in the world[3], and the largest freshwater lake in the world by volume, holding approximately twenty percent of the world's total fresh water.[4]. However, Lake Baikal contains less than one third the amount of water as the Caspian Sea which is the largest lake in the world. Like Lake Tanganyika, Lake Baikal was formed in an ancient rift valley and therefore is long and crescent-shaped with a surface area
  • the Great Lakes, located in the upper US, lower canada
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  • The Caspian Sea.
  • Lake Baikal is the world's largest freshwater lake in terms of volume. It contains about 5521 cubic miles of water (23,000 cubic kilometers), or approximately 20% of Earth's fresh surface water. This is a volume of water approximately equivalent to all five of the North American Great Lakes combined. --------- The largest lake in the United States is Lake Superior, one of the Great Lakes, located on the United States / Canada border. It is largest in both surface area 31,700 square miles (82,103 square kilometers) and in volume of water 2904 cubic miles (12,100 cubic kilometers).

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