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The World’s Highest Lake

Lake Titicaca situated in a high plateau on the Andes between Peru and Bolivia in South America is the world’s highest lake.
It is 3811 m above sea level!
The lake is 190 km long, has a maximum depth of 275 m and covers an area of 9065 sq.km. making it South America’s largest lake (Venezuela’s Lake Maracaibo is larger, but Maracaibo is not a true lake).
The local people make big rafts out of the reeds growing in the lake. They cover the rafts with soil and convert them into floating gardens that produce beans, chillies and other vegetables.

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