Shore length is not a well-defined measure.
The largest great pond in Maine named Great Pond is located in Kennebec County and is part of the Kennebec River watershed.
There are several other, smaller ponds named Great Pond in Maine and New England.
Great Pond is among the largest waterbodies in the world named “pond”.
What is the deepest pond in the world?
The deepest lake in the world. At an impressive depth of 5,387 feet, Lake Baikal is the deepest in the world. Located in the Russian region of Siberia, it’s also the oldest in the world — at an estimated 25 million years old.
Which is the largest lake in the world?
What are the top 10 deepest lakes in the world?
Baikal Lake in Russia at 5,387 feet deep is the worlds deepest lake. It is around 2,000 feet deeper than the Caspian Sea which is 3rd.
- Lake Baikal – 5,387 feet.
- Lake Tanganyika – 4,823 feet.
- Caspian Sea – 3,363 feet.
- Lake Vostok – 3,300 feet.
- O’Higgins-San Martin Lake – 2,742.
- Lake Malawi – 2,315.
Which is the largest of the 5 Great Lakes?
The Top 5 Largest Great Lakes
|1||Lake Superior||82,414 sq km|
|2||Lake Huron||59,596 sq km|
|3||Lake Michigan||58,016 sq km|
|4||Lake Erie||25,719 sq km|
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What’s the deepest lake in the world?
Where is the lowest place on earth?
Which is the smallest lake in the world?
Aiso Lake – the smallest lake in the world – Bevagna Umbria Italy – YouTube.
Is the Caspian Sea larger than Lake Superior?
Caspian Sea – 371,000 Square Kilometers. Despite the term “sea” being used in its name, the Caspian Sea is technically the largest lake in the world. The Caspian Sea has Iran, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Russia and Azerbaijan among its basin countries.
Which is the biggest river in the world?
Here is a list of five longest rivers of the world
- Nile River: The longest river in the world. Nile River: the longest river in the world (Image: 10mosttoday)
- Amazon River: Second longest and the largest by water flow. Amazon River (Image: 10mosttoday)
- Yangtze River: The longest river in Asia.
Which Great Lake is the cleanest?
Lake Superior. The Great Lakes make up 20 percent of the Earth’s available (not in the ice caps) surface fresh water and half of that water is stored by Lake Superior. Superior is the cleanest and clearest of the Great Lakes.
How many ships have sunk in Lake Superior?
Many of these ships were never found, so the exact number of shipwrecks in the Lakes is unknown; the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum approximates 6,000 ships and 30,000 lives lost, while historian and mariner Mark Thompson has estimated that the total number of wrecks is likely more than 25,000.
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