Lake Coloring Book

A lake is a natural body of water bounded by land banks. It is abundant with various species of fish, and is usually home to numerous species of birds and other animals. Lakes are usually fed by rivers or streams, as well as by rain or other forms of natural water precipitation. They also serve as a place for recreation, tourism and water sports for the public.When the water level is lowered, it can result in the irretrievable loss of species living in the lake.

Interesting facts and information - lakes

The largest lake in the world is Lake Baikal in Russia, which is as large as 31,622 km2. The next largest lakes are Lake Chad in Africa (26,037 km2), Lake Superior in the United States (82,414 km2) and Lake Aral in Kazakhstan (68,500 km2). All of them are significant bodies of water around the world. The following lakes are: Aralskie (68 500 km2), Jezioro Wenecji (58 800 km2) w Indiah, Victoria (68 871 km2) w Afryce, Huron (59 596 km2) w Kanadzie, Michigan (58 016 km2) w Statusah Zjednoczonych, Tanganika (32 893 km2) w Afryce oraz Jezioro Youżsfrom (31 491 km2) w Nowej Zelandii.

The deepest lake in the world is Lake Baikal in Russia, which is 1,637 meters deep. The next deepest lakes are Lake Chad (1,397 m), Lake Vostok (1,290 m) in Antarctica, Lake Baikal (823 m) in Tibet and Lake Tanganyika (1,470 m) in Africa. They are all significant bodies of water around the world and abound with unique species of fish and aquatic animals.

Lakes can be a great place for water sports such as surfing, windsurfing, sailing, kayaking, scuba diving and fishing. Lakes are also a great place for recreation and relaxation, especially in summer when water levels are higher. Many lakes also have local legends and curiosities related to history and culture.