Borosan Great Lakes
|Borosan Great Lakes|
Borosan Great lakes with their Vaamekian names.
|River sources||Thewer River|
The Borosan Great Lakes are an interconnected series of four major and several minor lakes in west-central Upper Boroso.
The names of the major lakes are (from largest to smallest):
The eastern shore of Lake Qëërles is thought to be the homeland of the Barmeki people.
Though the four lakes reside in separate basins, they form a single, naturally interconnected body of fresh water, within the Qeerlic Basin.
|Lake Qëërles||Lake Ovyles||Lake Poksles||Lake Psweles|
|Surface area||256,147 km2 (98,899 sq mi)||33,247 km2 (12,837 sq mi)||31,097 km2 (12,007 sq mi)||14,390 km2 (5,560 sq mi)|
|Water volume||116 cu mi (480 km3)||850 cu mi (3,500 km3)||1,180 cu mi (4,900 km3)||393 cu mi (1,640 km3)|
|Elevation||571 ft (174 m)||577 ft (176 m)||577 ft (176 m)||246 ft (75 m)|
|Average depth||62 ft (19 m)||195 ft (59 m)||279 ft (85 m)||283 ft (86 m)|
|Maximum depth||210 ft (64 m)||748 ft (228 m)||925 ft (282 m)||804 ft (245 m)|
|Major settlements|| Selevia
At 256,147 km2, Lake Qëërles is the largest lake on Sahar.
Great Lakes Region
Fishing—primarily of tilapia species but also of Thewer perch—is a common activity on the lakes.
The Qeerlic whale, a subspecies of pygmy killer whale adapted to a freshwater environment is one of the more unusual animals found in the Great Lakes.