Which is the Largest Inland Water Body on Earth?

By Sakshi Yadav|Updated : August 4th, 2022

The world's largest inland water bodies are the Caspian Sea, Russia's Kaspiyskoye More, and Persia's Darya-ye Khezer. It lies in the east of the Caucasus Mountains and west of the vast steppes of Central Asia. The name of the sea comes from the ancient Caspian people who once lived in western Transcaucasia. Among other historical names, Khazarsk and Khuvalinsk are derived from the original people of the region, while Girkansk is derived from Girkanos, which means the land of wolves.

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Which is the Largest Inland Water Body on Earth?

The Largest Inland Water Body on Earth are the Caspian Sea, Russia's Kaspiyskoye More, and Persia's Darya-ye Khezer. 

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