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Lakes
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They are permanent bodies of water surrounded by land.

The lakes are usually fresh. When their water is salty, they are called inland seas. If they are small, they are called lagoons.

The source of the lakes' water can be from rainfall, rivers, groundwater or glaciers.

The largest lake in the word is the Caspian Sea, inland sea situated between southeast Europe and Asia. Its surface is 371.000 km2.

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