What is the largest lake in Antarctica?

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Antarctica is the World's southernmost continent, having the geographic South Pole. It is located in the Antarctic region of the Southern Hemisphere, nearing south of the Antarctic Circle, and is bounded by the Southern Ocean. The largest lake in Antarctica is Lake Vostok which is a subglacial lake.
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Lake Vostok, a subglacial lake is the largest in Antarctica and possibly the world.
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Lake Sam Rayburn is the largest lake in Texas. The lake covers over 114,000 acres. East Texas is where it is located. This lake has wonderful fishing.
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Lake Garda.
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