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What is the smallest of the Great Lakes?

Lake Ontario

Why are the Great Lakes smaller than they were in the glacial period?

9,500 Years Ago, The glaciers towered several kilometres above the ground, and the massive weight of the ice pushed the earth’s crust down. The north side of the Great Lakes was pushed down further than in the area south of the lakes where the ice was thinner.

Why is Lake Michigan water so cold?

Strong and persistent winds from the north began blowing over Lake Michigan. You may think this pulled down cooler water from the north, but this unusually cold water actually came from deep within the lake’s depths. The winds from the north are the cause, but the how is slightly more complex.

Is Lake Michigan dangerous to swim in?

“Most people think you can get out of water and just walk back to their towel, but longshore currents can still be dangerous. Longshore currents can also pull people into rip currents, or structural currents. The GLSRP website advises swimming with a longshore current until the pull breaks, and then swimming to shore.

Are there alligators in every lake in Florida?

Is swimming safe in Florida lakes? All natural Florida lakes contain alligators and snakes. Swimming in a Florida lake is generally safe, but there definitely have been people attacked and killed by alligators in Florida. Alligators are very fond of eating small animals like dogs and cats.

Why are Florida lakes Brown?

Many freshwater rivers, lakes and creeks in Florida produce a tea-colored water that is stained brown but transparent. “The water in the soil becomes rich with tannins and seeps into the ground water or drains into lakes and streams.”

Why is my lake water brown?

Brown water lakes contain high amounts of tea-like substances, known as dissolved organic matter. Typically, brown lakes are surrounded by forests or wetlands. The algae in these lakes survive through certain adaptations that allow them to adjust to low light levels.

What is the most alligator infested lake in Florida?

Lake Okeechobee