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A lake is a lava in the terrain

A lake is a lava in the terrain, which lies under the groundwater mirror.
When the last ice age was over, there were many landslides. As the ice melted, the soaps were filled with water. They became lakes. It’s almost like the hole bike path that gets filled with water when it’s raining.

Have you tried to have a cool bag of soda in? The cooling bag can keep the cans cold for a very long time. It’s just what happened to ice, when the ice age was about to end.
It could happen that a piece of the glacier broke off and lay back like a big lonely piece.

Have you noticed where it can pible and risle from a pile of snow that lies and melts?
Melt water from the rest of the glacier brought large amounts of sediments and eventually covered the ice cream. The sediments isolated the ice, so it lasted many years before it melted.
You probably know the phenomenon of dirty bunks of snow, it’s longer to melt than the white bunker?

When the huge piece of ice finally melted, the ice left a hole in the landscape with water in. A new lake was formed. The type of lakes are called death thieves.
Many of Denmark’s smaller lakes are formed in this way. They are typically round in shape and often have a few steep sides
Some lakes are cut off due to export, and the lake water flows out and dry up. In addition, due to changes in the earth’s crust, climate change, and other factors that shape the lake, the lake will undergo a process of shrinking and expanding. No matter which way the lake naturally evolves, the result will eventually die out.
The lakes are bodies of water that are far from the sea and fill the hollows on the surface of the Earth. These depressions are called basins. Lakes formed as a result of water runoff to low places. Lakes are replenished mainly due to rains and melting snow.
The plants and wildlife of the lakes are linked to the broad zone, the free waters (pelagial), the sobund on the low water (littoral zone) and the deep (profundal zone). By the banks, marsh plants grow, such as roofs and dunhammer. They have cavities in the stalk so that the oxygen can easily penetrate to rods and roots in the bottom of the bottom of the bottom. In the littoral zone, aquatic plants grow, including vandaks, and flowering plants, eg rides. Stones, sandy grains, mud and plant stems and leaves are moistened with microscopic algae, especially silicon algae, green algae and perifyton .
The shallow littoral zone offers more habitats than the uniform mud beds at greater depths of water. In the littoral zone there may be more than 400 species of small animals, especially brushstorms, mussels, snails, crustaceans and insects. On the other hand, in the darkness of the deep mud bed, which may periodically be low in oxygen, only a few specialized species, such as certain mosquito larvae and brushstorms, can use the hemoglobin to use that little oxygen.