The three largest lakes by surface area are:
1) Caspian Sea in Asia: about 371,000 sq km.
2) Lake Superior in North America: 82,100 sq km.
3) Lake Victoria in Africa: 68,000 sq km.
The largest lake in the world is the Caspian Sea, which covers an area of 152,239 square miles, a length of 745 feet, and a max depth of 3,104 feet. The second largest lake is Lake Superior, which covers an area of 31,820 square miles, 383 feet in length, and 1,333 feet for max depth. Next on the list is Lake Victoria, which covers an area of 26,828 square miles, a length of 200 feet, and a max depth of 270 feet.
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