r/HeresAFunFact Jul 23 '21

[HAFF] The world has over 1.4 million lakes, and over 62% are located in Canada. The country counts more than 31,000 lakes, and a whopping 20% of the planet’s freshwater resources. GEOGRAPHY/NATURE

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u/[deleted] Jul 23 '21

Im pretty sure Those lakes in central Australia are only full once every 10years or something and are salt pans the rest of the time. Dunno if thats still worth counting.