Lake Titicaca, which is also the highest navigable body of water on Earth at 3,821 m above sea level. The much larger Lake Maracaibo is considered by some to be the second-oldest lake on Earth, but since it lies at sea level and nowadays is a contiguous body of water with the sea, it is considered that it has turned into a bay.
The largest lake in South America is Lake Titicaca.
Lake Maracaibo is the largest lake in South America. Lake Titicaca is the second largest.
Venezuela has the largest lake in South America.
The largest lake in South America is Lake Maracaibo, lc.5,100 sq mi (13,210 sq km), NW of Venezuela, extending c.110 mi (180 km) inland 2 lake Titicaca, 3 lake PooPo. Lake Titicaca is the largest freshwater lake in South America.
The largest lake is Lake Maracaibo
The largest lake is probably Lake Maracaibo in Venezuela.
The largest river in South America is the Amazon.
Lake Maracaibo in Venezuela
the largest lake in South America is situated on the Peru/Bolivia boarder and is called Lake Titicaca
Lake Titicaca is the largest in South America.
Lake Titicaca is the largest lake in South America but it is far from being the world's largest lake. It is on the border of Peru and Bolivia.
it's Lake Maracaibo.
lake tetecaca thats what i think
I believe it's lake maracaibo in venezuela
Lake Tanganyika (is in Africa) The largest lake in south America is Lake Maracaibo followed by Lake Titicaca. Some sources call Titicaca the largest lake and treat Maracaibo as a sea inlet because it is coastal and salty in places.
You are thinking of Lake Maracaibo, which technically isn't a lake, because it is connected to the Gulf of Venezuela, (which is in the Caribbean Sea) by the Tablazo Strait. The largest proper lake in South America is Lake Titicaca on the border of Peru and Bolivia.
Lake Maracaibo, situated in Venezuela, is the largest lake In South America. It occupies a surface area of 13,210 square kilometers. This body of water has a maximum depth of 60 meters.