Major Lakes of the World (by size)

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    • Caspian Sea, Asia-Europe —371,000 sq km
    • Superior, North America —82,100 sq km
    • Victoria, Africa —69,500 sq km
    • Huron, North America —59,600 sq km
    • Michigan, North America —57,800 sq km
    • Tanganyika, Africa— 32,900 sq km
    • Baikal, Asia— 31,500 sq km
    • Great Bear, North America —31,300 sq km
    • Aral Sea, Asia —30,700 sq km
    • Malawi, Africa— 28,900 sq km
    • Great Slave, Canada— 28,568 sq km
    • Erie, North America— 25,667 sq km
    • Winnipeg, Canada— 24,387 sq km
    • Ontario, North America— 19,529 sq km
    • Balkhash, Kazakhstan —18,300 sq km

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