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8. Lake Tanganyika

Lake Tanganyika is situated in four countries including Tanzania, the north part belong to Burundi, the western area to democratic Republic of Congo while the southern part belong to Zambia. It was suggested the longest and second deepest lake in the world; this lake is 1,433 metres deep. It covers 677 km long and 50 km width. The lake consists of 350 estimated species of fish.

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Image show the location of Lake Tanganyika in the world map. It was taken using 2D dimension with the compass facing south west in the co-ordinates of 4° 17´08.50˝ S and 29° 17´ 25.97˝ E.

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Image 2 of Lake Tanganyika shows the length of the lake in 2D dimension. It was taken with the compass pointing South east in the co-ordinates of 3° 57´ 24.47˝ S and 28° 57´ 13.41˝ E.

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Image 3 was taken in 3D dimension showing the location and the activities that are happening around the lake. It was taken with the compass facing south east in the co-ordinates of 6° 51´ 01.61˝ S and 30° 03´ 46.72˝ E.

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Image shows the coverage of the lake in 2D dimension. It was taken with the compass facing South east in the co-ordinates of 6° 08´ 13.18˝ S and 30° 02´ 12.14˝ E.