Lake Superior or Lake Baikal. I think the first is the biggest, and the second the deepest.
Edit: No, I was not quite right. According to About/
"A lake any body of water surrounded by land and very large lakes are sometimes called seas. The world's largest lake is the salty Caspian Sea at 143,200 square miles (370,886 km2). The Caspian Sea is surrounded by Russia, Azerbaijan, Iran, Turkmenistan, and Kazakhstan.
The world's second largest lake, and the world's largest freshwater lake is North America's Lake Superior at 31,700 mi2 (82,103 km2)." But Wikipedia disagrees with About, stating that Lake Baikal is both the largest freshwater lake and the deepest.
· 1 decade ago