7 Deepest Lakes in The World 

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Lake Baikal – The deepest lake in the world. It is 1,620meters deep. It is an ancient, vast lake in the mountainous Russian region of Siberia, north of the Mongolian border.

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Lake Tanganyika – The lake is 1,436meters deep. The lake is shared between four countries – Tanzania, Democratic Republic of Congo, Burundi and Zambia.

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Caspian Sea – The Caspian Sea is 1,025meters deep. The Caspian Sea is bordered by five countries – Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Iran, Azerbaijan and Russia.

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Lake Vostok – 900 meters deep. It is a subglacial lake in Antarctica. This lake is located about 2.5 miles below Russia's Vostok Station.

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O'Higgins/San Martin Lake – San Martin Lake is 836meters deep. The lake, known as O'Higgins in Chile and San Martín in Argentina, is located in the Patagonia region.

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Lake Nyasa – Lake Nyasa, also known as Lake Malawi and Lago Niassa, is an African Great Lake. It is 706 meters deep.

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YSYK Lake – YSYK, aka Issyk-Kul Lake, is a drainless lake in northeastern Kyrgyzstan. It is 668 meters deep. It is located in the northern Tian Shan mountains.

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