What is the biggest lake in Alaska?

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    At 2262 km2, and with a volume of 115.3 km3, Lake Iliamna is the largest lake in the state of Alaska. Interestingly, it draws its name from a monster said to live below the surface, a giant blackfish also named Iliamna, although this creature isn’t as widely known as Champ or the Loch Ness monster.

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    Lake Iliamna or Iliamna Lake is the largest lake in the state of Alaska. It covers 1,000 square miles, and reaches over 900 feet deep. As a fun fact, the whole state of Rhode Island could fit inside the shoreline of the lake!

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