Laguna de Ologa, South of Lake Maracaibo. Venezuela

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Venezuela's Lake Maracaibo isn't technically a lake; it's actually an inlet of the Caribbean Sea, although it's believed that at one point it was fully closed-off from the sea.  Known in part for the density of lightning strikes, it covers a massive 13k+ square km (around 5.1k square mi.) and is one of the key geographical features of this South American country.  In this drone video by dronemaracaibo, you'll get a nice aerial view of one of the lagoons which are situated on the western side of Maracaibo.  

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