Random Lakes by Clue

Can you name these random lakes, man-made or natural, based on a clue (or with an additional hint to make it easier)? The answers change every time you play.
Quiz by Aaron197
Last updated: June 19, 2022
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First submittedJune 18, 2022
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Lake that separates Seattle from its eastern suburbs
Lake Washington
The 1980 Winter Olympics was hosted along it
Lake Placid
Lake in Djibouti that is home to the lowest point in Africa
Lake Assal
On the Rhine between Germany, Switzerland and Austria
Lake Constance
8% of it lies in Manitoba and 92% in Saskatchewan
(hint: another name for an animal called caribou)
Reindeer Lake
Largest lake in Manitoba by surface area
Lake Winnipeg
Largest inland sea in the world
Caspian Sea
Where the longest river in the Pacific Northwest takes its source
Columbia Lake
Dutch lake that is created by the closing of the Zuiderzee
Large reservoir on the Dnieper River north of Ukraine's capital
Kyiv Cistern
Iconic glacially fed lake in Canada's Banff, located in Valley of the Ten Peaks
Moraine Lake
Small lake located 40 km northeast of Canberra that was named
for a "mad" English king
Lake George
"Great" lake on the Suez Canal that serves as a "passing lane" for ships
Great Bitter Lake
Its shores are the lowest land-based elevation on Earth
Dead Sea
Largest lake in Sweden and the European Union
Scottish lake with a famous monster
Loch Ness
Great African lake that was named in honor of Queen Victoria's consort
Lake Albert
Largest lake in New Zealand
Lake Taupo
Largest Canadian lake that is located between two provinces
Lake Athabasca
Largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia; located in Cambodia
Tonlé Sap
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