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Oct 9, 2021

[Answer] Lake Eyre is the largest lake in what country?

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Australia - Most of Lake Eyre is typically dry, but on the rare occasions when the lake does fill up, it is the largest lake in Australia — covering more than 3,600 square miles. That’s nearly double the size of the next largest lake in Australia, Lake Torrens. Eyre also sits at the lowest natural point on the continent, 49 feet below sea level. Officially named Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre, the saltwater lake is located in the state of South Australia within two protected areas. It was named for Edward John Eyre, the English explorer who was the first European to discover it. In general, Australia doesn’t have many lakes for a country of its size, due to a lack of glacial history and tectonic movement. :


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