Lakes

A lake is a relatively still, inland body of water. Some lakes occur natural where a river or other source of water feeds them. Other lakes have been created artificially using dams. Lakes can range in size, from small to the massive Great Lakes on the border of the United States and Canada. Most lakes are freshwater bodies of water, and lakes are found on every continent (including subglacial lakes in Antarctica). For issues and news related to lakes, read below.