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4th Grade Geography Bee
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The Baltic and Adriatic Seas are both found off the coast of which continent?
More than 130 species of marsupials, such as wallabies, are found on which continent?
Name the highest lake in the world.
Arctic, Southern, Indian, Atlantic, Pacific
Name the five oceans of the Earth according to size, smallest to largest.
Most of the Earth's land is in which hemisphere?
Australia and Antarctica
Which continents lie entirely in the southern hemisphere?
What percent of the Earth's surface is covered with water?
Most of the world's rice is grown on which continent?
Which continent has the least amount of precipitation?
Name the sea that is bordered by Europe, Africa, and Asia.
Asia, Africa, and Australia
Which three continents touch the Indian Ocean?
Mt. Fuji is a sacred site in which country?
Lake Baykal in Siberia
Name the world's deepest lake that holds 1/5 of the earth's fresh water.
The Klamath Mountains stretch south from Oregon into which other state?
What is another name for a line of longitude?
On which continent is the Sahara Desert, the world's largest and hottest desert?
What is the only continent crossed by every line of longitude?
On which continent is the world's largest rain forest situated?
What is the coldest desert in the world?
Which Great Lake is the smallest?
Name the world's largest nation in land area.
Name the world's smallest country.
North America, South America, and Asia
These 3 continents touch the Pacific Ocean.
How much of the earth's land surface is desert?
What is the longest river in the world?
Gulf of Mexico
What is the largest gulf in the world?
What is the name of the imaginary line that divides the earth in half where the circumference is the greatest?
Into how many degrees of longitude is the world divided?
Into how many degrees of latitude is the world divided?
This sea is the lowest point on the seven continents and the earth's saltiest body of water.
What is the highest point in the world?
What is the term for the daily rise and fall of ocean waters?
When you face north anywhere, except at the poles, which direction is to your right?
What degree of latitude are the earth's North and South Poles?
The Taj Hahal is an example of architecture from the Mughal period in what predominantly Hindu country?
Which Great Lake is bordered by Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Indiana?
What term is used to describe the motion of the earth turning on it axis?
What term is used to describe the movement of the earth around the sun?
For which purpose do people in Mongolia and other regions of Central Asia use yurts?
The Ring of Fire, which has most of the world's volcanic activity, borders what large body of water?
Name the largest island in the world.
The most populous country in the Arab world borders both the Red Sea and the Mediterranean Sea. Name this country.
What term is used for distance above sea level on the surface of the earth?
What is the name of the earth's original one "super continent"?
A dance called the tango originated in the city of Buenos Aires in what country?
Which state has the most western point in the U.S.A.?
Which state has the most southern point in the U.S.A.?
Which country has most of the tallest mountains in the world?
Mount Rushmore is located near Rapid City in the which state?
New York City
What city in the U.S.A. has the greatest population?
How many time zones are located in the U.S.A.?
Name the most populous country in the world.
The development of democracy in India and the establishment of Portuguese as the official language of Brazil indicate what about European control? How native peoples were treated in these areas?
A climate that lacks sufficient precipitation to support trees or woody vegetation is termed:
Where much of the Indus, Ganges, and Brahmaputra rivers get their water
what are the 3 major parts of Hebrew Scriptures?
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