Lakes are formed when there is an indentation in the surface of the land that then fills with water. Some lakes were formed by glaciers, which left chunks of ice pressed into the land that then melted.
Lakes were formed thousands of years ago by glaciers. Like potholes that get bigger in the rain or snow, glaciers collected in the earth’s depressions and eroded the land even further. When the ice melted at the end of the ice age, the water that collected in the depression became a lake.
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