Largest Natural Lake in the World?

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The largest lakes in the world are: Caspian Sea; Lake Superior in North America; Lake Victoria in Africa; Aralb in Asia; and Huron in North America.
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The largest lake in the world is the Caspian Sea at 143,000 square miles. The Caspian Sea is located near Russia, Azerbaijan, Iran, Turkmenistan, and Kazakhstan.
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By area, the largest five are: 1) The Caspian Sea (Eurasia) 2) Lake Superior (Great Lakes, US and Canada) 3) Lake Victoria (East Africa) 4) Lake Huron (Great Lakes, US and Canada)
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The largest lakes in the world are 1. Caspian Sea. 2. Lake Superior.
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A lake any body of water surrounded by land and very large lakes are sometimes called seas. The world's largest lake is the salty Caspian Sea at 143,200 square miles (370,886 km 2
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The world's largest lake is the Caspian Sea. The Caspian Sea is only labeled as a sea because of the type of basin it has. The second largest lake is Lake Superior ...
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The world's largest lake is the Caspian Sea. It spans an area of 143,200 square miles. The Caspian Sea is surrounded by Russia, Turkmenistan, Iran and Azerbaijan ...
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