As many as 20% of unfrozen fresh water in the world is contained in one lake






Lake Baikal is located in the territory of the Russian Republic of Buryatia and Irkutsk region. Lake Baikal - the deepest lake in the world, its average depth is 730 m and the maximum depth - about 1,620 meters.

Scientists are still debating the origins of the lake, some of them believe that it was the result of tectonic processes of mountain building, while others believe that the lake was formed due to the gradual weakening of the earth's crust.

In the vicinity of the lake there are hot springs, and the water in them and in the lake itself is of excellent quality. Lake - a powerful generator and a biofilter, which produces the water.

Lake Baikal - the largest freshwater lake in the world, containing about 20% of unfrozen fresh water in the world. Also Baikal - one of the most beautiful lakes in the world. It is believed that it is older than all the other lakes in the world - the lake about 25 million years.

via factroom.ru

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