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Topic - Beautiful Lakes
Monday – Lake Louise, also known as Lake of the Little Fishes, is a glacial lake named after the Princess Louise Caroline Alberta. The Princess was the 4th daughter of Queen Victoria and Viceregal Consort in Canada in the late 1800s. She developed an interest in Canada and sent medical aid and finances to the wounded of the North-West Rebellion of 1885. Canada acknowledged her by naming the province Alberta and lake in her honor. In what national park is Lake Louise?
Tuesday – Lake Malawi is the ninth largest lake in the world and the second deepest in Africa. It contains more species of fish than any other lake and is a meromictic lake, meaning its layers of water do not mix. It is 350 miles long and 47 miles wide with about 11,000 square miles of surface area. It has shorelines in eastern Malawi, Western Mozambique and the southern part of this country which calls it Lake Nyasa. What country is it?
Wednesday – He was the first candidate of the Republican Party for the office of President of the United States. He was also one of the first two Senators from the State of California in 1850. Having led expeditions in the West under the nickname “The Pathfinder”, he was also the first person of European descent to see Lake Tahoe, the freshwater lake in the Sierra Nevada on the border of California and Nevada. Who was he?
Thursday – Diablo Lake, between Ross Lake and Gorge Lake on the Skagit River, is in the Ross Lake National Recreation Area. It is 1200 feet above sea level and holds spectacular rainbow, brook and bull trout. It is also framed by beautiful, snow-capped mountains whose waters refresh the lake. In what state is it?
Friday – Between December and March, Blue Lake in Mt. Gambier turns a vibrant, cobalt blue color. Between April and November, it reverts back to a grey color. The probable cause is water temperature. Whatever the cause, the blue of this crater lake is truly remarkable. Possibly the result of one of the more recent volcanic eruptions in this country, in what country is Blue Lake?
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