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Geography Quiz #714

Geography Quiz for 18 September 2022

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1

Where are Yell, Unst and Fetlar?

A
Between the mainlands of Norway and Denmark
B
Shetland, Scotland
C
North of Greenland
D
Nova Scotia, Canada
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2

Which of these seas is not off the coast of North America?

A
Caribbean Sea
B
Bering Sea
C
Labrador Sea
D
Timor Sea
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3

Ounjougou in Mali in Africa is believed to be one of the earliest regions (along with East Asia) in which what occurred?

A
Trepanning was practised
B
Tools were deliberately made
C
The independent development of pottery
D
Barley and other grains were cultivated
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4

How far north does Canadian-governed territory extend?

A
41o North of the equator
B
66o North of the equator
C
84o North of the equator
D
30o North of the equator
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5

What body of water between Israel and Jordan fed by the Jordan River has no outlet stream?

A
Tyrrhenian Sea
B
Caspian Sea
C
Aegean Sea
D
Dead Sea
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6

Where does the oxygen- and nutrient-rich Cromwell Current flow?

A
Down the east coast of Canada
B
Up the east coast of Africa
C
Between Wales and Ireland
D
Across the Pacific Ocean
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7

Which autonomous region within the Kingdom of the Netherlands is a 33-kilometre (21 mile) long island with a land area of 193 km2 (75 sq miles) in the southern Caribbean Sea?

A
Altamira
B
Cuba
C
Arriba
D
Aruba
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