Conservapedia:Second example of a footnoted page

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The following example shows how to implement footnotes in a Conservapedia article. This example also introduces the advanced technique of using a footnote more than once which is optional. Feel free to use the "view source" link at the top of the page to see how the footnotes were implemented.

A lake usually refers to a sizeable inland body of standing water (the term lake can also refer to a pool of other liquid).[1] One of the origins of the word is the Greek "lakkos", meaning "pond".[1] The world's largest lakes are in the Northern Hemisphere, and the majority of lakes are in North America. [2]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Merriam-Webster: "Lake"
  2. wiseGEEK: "What are the World's Largest Bodies of Water?"