A new report finds the world’s sixth largest lake, Lake Geneva, in Zambia.
The lake is located on the Namibian coast.
Lake Geneva is a shallow lake in Namibia.
The water is rich in minerals and other minerals, including gold.
The Lake is about 600 metres (1,000 feet) deep, and has a depth of about 12 metres.
The lake is a source of drinking water for the Namibia government.
Lake is the sixth largest in the World.
It is the largest lake in Africa, according to a report from the World Resources Institute.
It has about 20 kilometres (12 miles) of coastline.
The report said the lake has the potential to be a major water source for the world.