Lakes questions This is a list of recently added questions about lakes. Play lakes quiz and see all the questions. Which river flows into Lake Ontario?Niagara River flows from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario.Created by: globalquiz.orgCanada riddles »very hard 32% Niagara RiverNiagara River92Saint Lawrence RiverSaint Lawrence River140Ohio RiverOhio River32Columbia RiverColumbia River19 Which river flows into the Dead Sea?Jordan River constitutes the border between Israel and the Kingdom of JordanCreated by: globalquiz.orgIsrael riddles »average 63% NileNile52Syr DaryaSyr Darya63TigrisTigris108Jordan RiverJordan River384 In which country is the Plitvice Lakes National Park located?In Croatia. Plitvice Lakes National Park is a national park in Croatia. Since 1979 it is on a list of the UNESCO World Heritage list. The park consists of the system of 16 lakes connected by numerous waterfalls and cascades.Created by: Paweł Kołodziejczykwater riddles »hard 59% In the Czech RepublicIn the Czech Republic907In SlovakiaIn Slovakia1361In CroatiaIn Croatia3903In HungaryIn Hungary384 Which large lake is visible at this satellite image?Titicaca. Lake Titicaca is surrounded by the Andes. It is often called the highest navigable lake in the world, with a surface elevation of 3,812 metres (12,507 ft).Created by: globalquiz.orgsatellite photos riddles »hard 43% TiticacaTiticaca3464HuronHuron630BaikalBaikal2094VictoriaVictoria1785 What is the name of this lake?Balkhash. Lake Balkhash is the 13th largest lake in the world. The lake is divided by a strait into two distinct parts. The western is a fresh water half, while the eastern half is saline.Created by: globalquiz.orgsatellite photography riddles »very hard 27% BaikalBaikal1572BalkhashBalkhash888BalatonBalaton451OntarioOntario351 What is the largest lake in the world?Caspian Sea. In the past, Caspian Sea was a part of Tethys Ocean. It became landlocked about 5.5 million years ago due to tectonic uplift and a fall in sea level. With the total area of 370 000 square km, the lake is larger than Germany.Created by: KYRTAPSgeography riddles »average 66% Lake BaikalLake Baikal2115Lake VictoriaLake Victoria491Lake SuperiorLake Superior242Caspian SeaCaspian Sea5611 Where was this photo taken most likely?In Israel. The Dead Sea is one of the world's saltiest lakes. Its water has a density of 1.240 kg/l, which makes swimming similar to floating. For comparison, fresh water has 1.0 kg/l and average seawater has 1.025 kg/l.Created by: Cleotourist attractions riddles »very easy 82% in Francein France380in Japanin Japan202in Israelin Israel5597in Icelandin Iceland590 What kind of ships have typically the longest lifespan?Great Lakes freighters. Since the freshwater lakes are less corrosive to ship than the salt water of the oceans, many of the Lakers remain in service for long periods and the fleet has a much higher average age than the ocean-going fleet. The St. Mary's Challenger, built in 1906, is currently the oldest boat on active duty on the Lakes.Created by: Shankar Kumarships riddles »hard 51% Ocean tankersOcean tankers1748Ocean passenger shipsOcean passenger ships612Aircraft carriersAircraft carriers907Great Lakes freightersGreat Lakes freighters3533 On which of the following lakes are icebreakers most extensively used?Lake Superior. The Great Lakes are important shipping route, mainly for bulk goods like iron ore or coal. Several icebreakers are busy each winter to keep the route open.Created by: globalquiz.orgice riddles »very hard 33% Lake BailkalLake Bailkal1325Lake SuperiorLake Superior1883Great Bear LakeGreat Bear Lake1360Lake OnegaLake Onega1065 The Elevation of Lake Superior is 183m, Michigan 177m, Huron 176m and Erie 174m. How about Ontario?75m. The gradient between The Great Lakes is generally very shallow. However, the descent between Erie and Ontario is greater than between any of the others, and includes the spectacular Niagara Falls, 51m high.Created by: globalquiz.orggeography of Canada riddles »hard 40% 173m173m1340172m172m2514168m168m238775m75m4243 Play geography quiz and see all the questions.