12 Ancient Lakes of the World

The large lakes on earth are ancient and consist of rare species and located within great landscapes, some lakes are created millions of years ago naturally, which carried water without interruption for more than one million years. There are many ancient lakes on earth, and they located in a different part of the world. The old lakes are occupied a large area and have a deep history and rare species of flora and aquatic species.

Baikal, Eyre, and Maracaibo have known as the most ancient lakes on earth created greater than 20 million years ago.

Baikal

Country: Russia
Age: Greater than 20 million

Eyre

Country: Australia
Age: Greater than 20 million

Maracaibo

Country: Venezuela
Age: Greater than 20 million

Zaysan

Country: Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan
Age: 2 million – 20 million

Biwa

Country: Japan
Age: 2 million – 20 million

Caspian Sea

Country: Azerbaijan, Iran, Kazakhstan, Russian Federation, Turkmenistan
Age: 2 million – 20 million

Lanao

Country: Philippines
Age: 2 million – 20 million

Malawi

Country: Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania
Age: 2 million – 20 million

Ohrid

Country: Albania, Macedonia
Age: 2 million – 20 million

Tanganyika

Country: Burundi, Congo (Democratic Republic), Tanzania, Zambia
Age: 2 million – 20 million

Titicaca

Country: Bolivia, Peru
Age: 2 million – 20 million

Tule

Country: United States of America
Age: 2 million – 20 million

Posted by: Worldlistmania Contributor