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How deep are the Great Lakes?
from Chris in Minnesota

The Great Lakes consist of five different lakes, each with its own depth. Lake Superior is the deepest lake, at around 1,333 feet (406 meters) at its greatest depth. You can find interesting facts and figures on all of the Great Lakes, such as depth, length and volume, by going to TEACH's Facts & Figures page.

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Answered on September 14, 2000

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