Lake Victoria is the largest tropical lake in the world.
It is located in East Africa, in the countries of Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya.
The surface area is 26,600 square miles.
The shoreline is 3,000 miles long.
The average depth is 130 feet deep, getting as deep as 276 feet deep.
I will label the pictures from Wikimedia Commons as WC.
Flat map of the world by, Strebe, WC.
Map showing the location of Lake Victoria in East Africa by, Kimdime69.
Satellite image by Landsat 7, NASA.
Victoria Lake sits on top the East African Rift. The rift is tectonic plates that move. They can’t be seen when you are standing on the ground.
Map of East Africa Rift by, US Geological Survey.
Another map of the rift by, Kimdime69, WC. The red lines are the rift.
Map including White Nile River. Lake Victoria is the source of the White Nile River.
A picture of the source of the Nile by, Ina96, WC.
An aerial view of Lake Victoria in Uganda by, Hansueili Krapt, WC.
Rusinga Island is one of the islands in the lake. Picture taken by, Ryan Harvey, WC.
An Egret fishing on the lake by, Hein Wascherfort, WC.
The last four pictures are different parts of Lake Victoria.
By, Michael, English Wikipedia.
By, Simsa, WC.
By, Dominani Luchetti, WC.
This last picture is by, Robin Hutton from Perth, Western Australia, WC.