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Here are the 4 lakes we have listed within Zambia - compared by Largest Lakes - Water Volume.
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|Lake Name||Volume in acre-feet||Lake Description|
(African Great Lakes / Burundi / Congo (DRC) / Kigoma, Tanzania / Rukwa, Tanzania / Zambia)
|14,430,694,800||Located in the Western Great Rift Valley of Africa, the crystal clear water of Lake Tanganyika reaches across four countries - Burundi, Zambia, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Tanzania. Stretching 420 miles, this lake is the longest freshwater lake in the world and has a maximum width of 31 miles ...|
(Zambia / Zimbabwe)
|149,981,939||The mighty Zambezi River is the source of Lake Kariba, which spans an impressive 1.38 million acres in the southern African nations of Zimbabwe and Zambia. Hydroelectricity produced by Kariba Dam is used by both countries, while the vastness of the lake provides support for commercial fishing, tourism ...|
(Congo (DRC) / Zambia)
|30,969,244||Beautiful but remote describes Lake Mweru, located on the border of Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo (CRC). Mweru means lake in the local language. Covering 1,265,178 acres, Lake Mweru is the Congo drainage basin's second largest lake, eclipsed only by Lake Tanganyika 93 miles to the east. ...|
|4,053,565||"Where The Water Meets The Sky" is an apt description of Lake Bangweulu in northern Zambia. The lake and wetland area is one of the most interesting water systems in the world. Consisting of more than the permanent lake, adjacent floodplains are inundated every rainy season to cover 5,830 square miles. ...|
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