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1. Which state contains the largest citrus production and is also known as the Sunshine State - California or Florida?

Answer: Florida

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2. Which South American nation contains a stratovolcano called Chimborazo and owns the popular tourist destination of the Galapagos Islands?

Answer: Ecuador

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3. Which province of Canada represents 4.8 percent of Canada’s landmass and is called "Great River" when translated from the Locheux native word to Standard English?

Answer: The Yukon Province

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4. Which Middle Eastern nation contains the largest Shiite Muslim population which accounts for 90% of its people’s religion?

Answer: Iran

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5. Identify the geographical term for the following definition: The broad lower course of a river that is encroached on by the sea and affected by the tides.

Answer: An Estuary

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7. Which of these physical features is most different from the others: Reef, Wetland or Marsh?

Answer: Reef

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8. The Karoo, an arid region known for sheep raising, covers much of the Cape provinces in what African country?

Answer: South Africa

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9. Jagged limestone peaks, known as karst formations, are found near the Li River in which Asian country - Kazakhstan or China?

Answer: China

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10. Native Americans in the southwestern United States impersonate spirits by wearing masks and making dolls. What are these spirits called?

Answer: Kachinas

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11. What European country is dependent on a system of bridges and ferries for transportation between its main peninsula, Jutland, and its Baltic Sea islands?

Answer: Denmark

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12. Molokai and Lanai are 2 of 8 islands constituting which U.S state?

Answer: Hawaii

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13. Which state leads the U.S in copper production - Arkansas or Arizona?

Answer: Arizona

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14. Identify the island nation that encompasses over 4,000 islands and became historically the first communist state in the Western hemisphere in 1961.

Answer: Cuba

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15. The USGS is the official acronym for what U.S government organization?

Answer: United States Geological Survey

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16. Which Asian nation established the won as its national currency and its flag is prompty named the taeguki - South Korea or Vietnam?

Answer: South Korea

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17. In which country, will you find Mount. Chimborazo and the 0 degree latitude monument (a.k.a "the center of the world") - Ecuador or Brazil?

Answer: Ecuador

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18. To visit the ruins of Persepolis, an ancient ceremonial capital of Persia, you would have to travel to what present-day country?

Answer: Iran

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19. In 1953, the ___________ peninsula was split into two nations.

Answer: Korean

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20. What is the largest state in mainland United State in terms of land?

Answer: Texas

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21. Greenland belongs to what European country?

Answer: Denmark

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