The first difference is in size. Both are defined as an expanse of water surrounded by land but the lakes are larger. The problem is that there are no minimum or maximum dimensions for each of them, which can lead to confusion. There is another difference related to the origin of his education. Lakes are often the result of large-scale transformations of land relief. Most of today's lakes were born during the glaciation of the Pleistocene period (between 1.6 million and 10,000 years ago), when much of the Earth was covered with ice. The slow displacement of the glaciers opened large depressions in the soil, where water accumulated. This explains the high concentration of lakes in the northern hemisphere (an area heavily affected by glaciation), such as the Great Lakes, on the border between the United States and Canada.
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