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Presentation Lake Baikal Performed Ifutin Vladimir student 6 A class
I like the Baikal
Flag of Russia.svg Russia The regions of Buryatia, Irkutsk region The altitude 457 m Area 31 722 km2 Volume 23 615,39 km3 The length of the coastline 2000 km Maximum depth of 1642 m The average depth 744,4 m Salinity [show] Transparency 40 m The catchment area of 570 000 km2 A tributary of the Selenga, Upper Angara, Barguzin The water system of the Hangar → Yenisei → Kara sea
Baikal (Bur. Baigal Dalai) is a lake of tectonic origin in the southern part of Eastern Siberia, the deepest lake on the planet, the largest natural reservoir of fresh water. The lake and the coastal areas feature a unique variety of flora and fauna, most species are endemic. Local residents and many people in Russia traditionally called the Baikal sea.
The lake is home to 52 species of fishes of several families: sturgeon (Baikal sturgeon), salmon (davatchan", taimen, lenok, Baikal omul – endemic fish, whitefish), thymallidae (Siberian grayling), and pike, carp, loaches, catfish, cod, perch, goby-gobies, golomyanka.
On lake Baikal and around it are many monuments of nature, culture, and historical and archaeological sites. Listed below are just some of them: Northern Baikal Rock the Shaman stone Chivyrkuy Bay Barguzin Bay Ushkany Islands Sandy Bay Cape shaman Rock on Olkhon island Cape Ludar Cape Ryty Cherskiy is 2090 m above sea level The Circum-Baikal railway Frolikha (tract)
Come relax on the lake Baikal.