Wisconsin professes to have 15,081 lakes. However, 9,037 of these lakes are unnamed and average roughly four acres in size, leaving only 6,044 that are large enough to be named.
There are many reservoirs including several that are called lakes, however there are no natural lakes in the state.
5 lakes and rivers
We have about 4 major lakes, and countless smaller lakes.
There is about 7,700 lakes in Florida -Sincerely Trinity Do :P
The Volga River runs through Russia.
Several lakes 'touch' Russia. Please be more specific
Finland. There are actually, 187,888 lakes in Finland.
Ummmm, Siberia? There is no country NW of russia. russias as high as it gets north.
The species was originally native to the lakes of southern Russia.
lake "baikal" in siberia.
This is a Siberian River flowing into the Arctic Ocean
Zebra mussels were originally native to the lakes southeast of Russia.
There are 187,888 lakes in Finland.
The Zebra mussel is a mollusc that is native to freshwater lakes in Russia.
Mountains,Woods,Forest,Desert,Tundra,Snow,Rain,Sun and Lakes.