Based on this passage, the author would agree that ____.
If you want to visit the deepest lake in the United States, you’ll need to go to the southwestern part of Oregon. Since the establishment of the national park containing this lake in 1902, Crater Lake has occupied 183,000 acres there and is 1,958 feet deep. This makes it one of the world’s deepest lakes. It all began when the Mount Mazama volcano erupted over 7,000 years ago. There were glaciers around the eruption site and clear blue water from them filled the volcano basin, or caldera. When you visit the Crater Lake National Park to see this wonder of nature, you will also find 680 species of plants, 158 types of birds, and 74 different animals.
Crater Lake National Park has very few plant species
Crater Lake is a man-made lake
Crater Lake is the only tourist attraction at Crater Lake National Park
Crater Lake is considered one of the deepest lakes in both the United States and the world
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