The Deepest Lake in the World

Lake Baikal is the deepest lake in the world with the total depth of 1,642 meters. Also, Lake Baikal is the largest freshwater lake in the world by by volume with which consists of about 20% of unfrozen surface of freshwater. Lake Baikal is located in the south region of Siberia in Russia. It is a rift lake situated among the Irkutsk Oblast and the Buryat Republic. Lake Baikal is the one of the amazing and beautiful lakes in the world. It is very famous in Russia and the world for its freshwater which covers a surface of fresh water of 23,615.39 cubic kilometers. Lake Baikal is also the oldest lake in the world with the age over 25 million years old. Lake Baikal is rich in biodiversity with about 80% of animal living in area of lake. Moreover, there are over 1000 species of plants grow within the lake. In 1996, UNESCO listed the lake as the World Heritage Site. It is the amazing nature on earth ever with stunning landscape and it is one of the best places for tourists to visit this wonderful nature.
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