Yes, many frozen lakes and rivers in the tundra spend most of their lives, if not all of their lives, completely frozen over. One stunning example is the world’s largest lake, Lake Baikal in Russia, which spends the majority of the year totally frozen. Despite this, these lakes are able to support life much in the same way that deep oceans can support life. The lakes have developed their own unique and removed ecosystems that have adapted to life in the cold, isolated lakes of the north.
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