Lakes, rivers, and wetlands facts

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Minnesota. Rumor has it that Wisconsin has more lakes than Minnesota. After extensive fact checking, I was disappointed to learn that this is indeed true – by several thousand or so. But, there's a reason Minnesota is the land of lakes, and Wisconsin is, well, not. First off, the title itself rolls of the tongue. Minnesota lakes trivia. Have you ever wondered why Minnesota has so many lakes, how these lakes formed, which are the deepest and what are the most common names? If so, then read on! First of all, only 2% of the earth's surface is covered by freshwater. The Great Lakes (Superior, Huron, Michigan, Ontario and Erie).

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Minnesota has lakes, ponds and wetlands and miles of rivers and streams. Here are 10 maps detailing LAKE-IEST COUNTIES. lakes. Lake County, Minnesota is only percent lake — good for 19th place. (This analysis of lake area does not include Minnesota's portion of Lake Superior.). Minnesota lakes trivia. Have you ever wondered why Minnesota has so many lakes, how these lakes formed, which are the deepest and what are the most common names? If so, then read on! First of all, only 2% of the earth's surface is covered by freshwater. The Great Lakes (Superior, Huron, Michigan, Ontario and Erie).


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