Yes. In a rainforest in Australia there are a few crater lakes. These lakes were produced by rising lava heating ground water, causing steam and an eventual explosion, which left a crater. These craters were estimated to have been created about 10,000 years ago, and are 65m deep.
There is also Lake Quinault located within the Quinault Rain Forest and Lake Mamori in the Amazon Rain Forest.
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