Which of these is the largest freshwater body in Southeast Asia?
Tonle Sap Lake is the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia.
What is the largest body of freshwater in Asia?
The Caspian Sea is not only the largest lake in Asia, but also the largest in the world. Followed by the Baikal which is considered the deepest and the largest freshwater lake in the world.
Largest lakes in Asia based on area (in square kilometers)
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Where is the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia located?
The largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia, it contains an exceptional large variety of interconnected eco-regions with a high degree of biodiversity and is therefore a biodiversity hotspot. It was designated a UNESCO biosphere reserve in 1997.
|Settlements||Siem Reap, Battambang|
Where is Freshwater found in Asia?
Lake Baikal, located in southern Russia, is the deepest lake in the world, reaching a depth of 1,620 meters (5,315 feet). The lake contains 20 percent of the world’s unfrozen freshwater, making it the largest reservoir on Earth.
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|yak||noun||Central Asian ox.|
What are the water forms in Southeast Asia?
The Southeast Asian Waters consist of the China Sea, the Java Sea, the Sulu Sea, the Philippine Waters, the Celebes Sea, the Banda Sea, the Flores Sea, the Arafura Sea, the Timor Sea, and the Andaman Sea. The whole region comprises an area of 8.94 million square kilometres, which is 2.5 per cent.