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QUESTION: 1

The northern lights are also known as the aurora borealis. What are the southern lights called?

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QUESTION: 2

The Egyptian resort of Sharm el Sheikh is famous for its diving. In which body of water does the diving take place?

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QUESTION: 3

Which member of the whale family grows a single tusk up to 2.4m (8ft) long on its head?

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QUESTION: 4
Nearly half of the continental USA is drained by which mighty river?
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QUESTION: 5
If you were a "spelunker", which natural feature would you like exploring?
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QUESTION: 6
Mitre Peak in Milford Sound is one of the most distinctive peaks in the world. In which country is it located ?
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QUESTION: 7
Iguazu Falls are made up of 275 different waterfalls and lie on the border between Brazil and which other country?
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QUESTION: 8
Which island is famous for the annual migration of millions of red crabs?
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QUESTION: 9
n which South American country would you find the tallest waterfall on Earth, named after an aviator who flew over the site?
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QUESTION: 10
The waterfall Mosi-oa-Tunya, or "the smoke that thunders", was renamed by David Livingstone after which Queen?
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QUESTION: 11
The lowest point in Australia is also the site of its largest lake, which fills only two or three times a century. What is it called?
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QUESTION: 12
Fjords are deep, steep-sided valleys carved by glaciers. Which Scandinavian country is the best place to see them?
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QUESTION: 13
Japan's tallest mountain is a symmetrical, snow-capped volcanic cone. What is it called?
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QUESTION: 14
Which tree, found in several locations in Africa, is also known as the "bottle tree" or "upside-down tree"?
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QUESTION: 15
The lowest point in Australia is also the site of its largest lake, which fills only two or three times a century. What is it called?
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QUESTION: 16
Monument Valley is famous for its sandstone rock formations, called mesas and buttes. Where is it?
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QUESTION: 17
Which natural feature on the coast of Northern Ireland was produced by a volcanic eruption?
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QUESTION: 18
Dome, pinnacle, edge, and dry-dock are all types of which natural feature?
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QUESTION: 19
South America's largest and highest navigable lake is...
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QUESTION: 20
The waterfall Mosi-oa-Tunya, or "the smoke that thunders", was renamed by David Livingstone after which Queen?
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QUESTION: 21
Which Australian tourist attraction can be seen from space?
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