Blanca Lake in Cuba is the largest freshwater lake on earth.
It sits on a rocky peninsula and is more than 2,500 feet wide, and has a depth of 4,600 feet.
It’s located in the south of the island nation.
The lake is not only one of the world’s largest, it’s also one of its most polluted.
That’s according to a report by the World Health Organization released earlier this month.
The report said that the lake, which is located in Cuba’s southwest corner, contains more than 20 percent of the country’s total suspended particles.
The EPA estimates that the pollution in Blanca has contributed to more than 6 million deaths since 1950.
The Great River in Cuba.
(Courtesy of UNESCO) The Great Lakes The Great Water is a great lake in Brazil, located in western Brazil.
It lies on a remote stretch of the Rio Grande, the largest river in the Americas.
It was first discovered in 1869 and is one of three great lakes in Brazil.
The other two are the São Paulo and Rio Grande Rivers.
It is also the largest waterway in the Western Hemisphere, with a diameter of about 14,000 feet.
The São Paulo River flows into the Atlantic Ocean, and the Rio Juan flows into Lake Titicaca in Mexico.
The waters of the Só Paulo are among the deepest in the World, with an average depth of 1,500 meters.
The Rio Grande runs from the Gulf of California through the Atlantic to the Atlantic Coast of North America.
The lakes also produce a ton of water, which the EPA estimates contributes to 7 million deaths per year.