What is the largest body of freshwater in the world?
Freshwater refers to waters that are not derivative of sea or ocean water, which contain some sort of salt. It's, essentially, naturally occurring water, water deriving from precipitation. Freshwater is drinkable water, unlike the salted waters of the world's seas and oceans.
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Lake Baikal is the world's largest body of freshwater in terms of volume of water, and Lake Superior is the world's largest body of freshwater in...
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