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Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Geography Quiz #1 — April 17th, 2018


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Questions for this quick geography quiz are found on the National Geographic Geo Bee Quiz (↗) website. Keep testing your geographic knowledge (↗) with other quizzes from GeoFact of the Day. Enjoy and good luck!

1)      Seismographs are used to detect and record which natural hazard?
A — earthquakes
B — blizzards
C — hurricanes

2)      Which country does not border BHUTAN?
A — INDIA
B — CHINA
C — AFGHANISTAN

3)      Launceston is a port city with over 80,000 people on which island in the Southern Hemisphere?
A — Guam
B — Tasmania
C — Palau

4)      The Adironback Mountains — covering much of the area between Lake Champlain and Lake Ontario — tower above the northern part of which state in the UNITED STATES?
A — Vermont
B — New York
C — Maine


Answers are listed below!
























ANSWERS

Question 1:
A . . . . . earthquakes

Question 2:
C . . . . . Afghanistan

Question 3:
B . . . . . Tasmania

Question 4:
B . . . . . New York

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