World Map based Quiz Edition 7 - Fun quiz for kids

Fun Quiz for Kids

Let’s dive into the world of quizzes based on geography. Let’s ponder, let’s learn, and let’s explore the treasure box of questions. Knowledge is wealth, so come let’s become wealthy. Please scroll down to find the answers to the quiz.

  1. An isthmus is a narrow strip of land that connects two larger land masses and separates two bodies of water. Which Isthmus separates the Lonian Sea and the Tyrrhenian Sea?
  2. Mushroom rocks, also called Rock pedestals, are one of the most striking manifestations of the processes of?
  3. Which is the largest reservoir of fresh water? Ponds or lakes or Glaciers?
  4. Which of the following is the largest glacier in Asia?
  1. Hispar Glacier
  2. Siachen Glacier
  3. Hunku Glacier
  1. A bay is a recessed, coastal body of water that directly connects to a larger main body of water, such as an ocean, a lake, or even another bay. Which is the largest bay in the world in terms of area?
  2. How many states of India have a coastline?
  3. A plateau is a flat, elevated landform that rises sharply above the surrounding area on at least one side. Which is the largest and the highest plateau in the world?
  4. What are the seven major tectonic plates and state which is the largest plate among them?
  5. Which river passes through most countries in the world? And if you know the answer, please tell me which countries does the river pass through?
  6. which is the country in which the equator and Tropic of Capricorn pass through?
  7. Polynesia is made up of how many islands? And where is it located?
  8. A strait is a narrow piece of the sea that joins two larger seas. The Strait of Gibraltar connects which two water bodies?
  9. Mount Kinabalu is the highest point in which country?
  10. which is the continent without any active volcanoes? A blessing indeed!
  11. which is the world's largest cave system?
  12. which is the narrowest and longest nation in the world?
  13. which is the only South American country to have both Atlantic and Pacific coastlines?
  14. A lagoon is a shallow body of water protected from a larger body of water (usually the ocean) by sandbars, barrier islands, or coral reefs. Now find out which is the largest lagoon in the world.
  15. In Which country is the Taklimakan desert located?
  16. Which volcano is called as the Lighthouse of the Mediterranean Sea

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  1. The Isthmus of Cantanzaro separates the waterbodies of the Lonian Sea and the Tyrrhenian Sea. It is a part of the Italian Peninsula lying between the Calabrian Apennine Mountains and the Calabrian Serre.
  2. Mushroom rocks, also called Rock pedestals, are one of the most striking manifestations of wind erosion. The term wind erosion refers to the damage of land as a result of wind removing soil from an area.
  3. Glaciers. About three-quarters of Earth's freshwater is stored in glaciers. They are the largest reservoir of freshwater on Earth.
  4. Siachen glacier is the largest glacier in Asia. It is located in the eastern Karakoram range in the Himalayas. It is, sometimes, also referred to as the Third Pole. It is 70 km long.
  5. The Bay of Bengal is the largest in the world in the terms of area. It is in the northeastern part of the Indian Ocean. It encompasses an area of 2,172,000 square km, making it the largest water body called a bay in the world.
  6. A total number of nine states in India have a coastline. The names of the states are Gujarat, Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, and West Bengal.
  7. The Qinghai-Tibetan plateau is the highest and largest plateau in the world. The plateau is bounded by the Himalayas in the southwest and the Kunlun and Aljin mountains in the northeast. It towers over southwestern China at an average elevation of 4000 m above sea level and is known as the roof of the world.
  8. There are seven major plates: African, Antarctic, Eurasian, Indo-Australian, North American, Pacific, and South American. The Hawaiian Islands were created by the Pacific Plate, which is the world's largest plate at 39,768,522 square miles.
  9. The Danube was once a long-standing frontier of the Roman Empire, and today flows through 10 countries, more than any other river in the world. Along its course, it passes through 10 countries: Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania, Moldova, and Ukraine.
  10. Brazil is the only country that passes through both the equator and the Tropic of Capricorn.
  11. Polynesia is a subregion of Oceania, made up of more than 1,000 islands scattered over the central and southern Pacific oceans.
  12. The Strait of Gibraltar connects the Atlantic Ocean with the Mediterranean Sea.
  13. Mount Kinabalu, the highest peak in the Malay Archipelago, rises to 13,455 feet (4,101 m) in north-western East Malaysia (North Borneo).
  14. Australia is the only continent without any current volcanic activity, but it hosts one of the world's largest extinct volcanoes, the Tweed Volcano.
  15. Mammoth Cave National Park preserves the world's longest-known cave system. Mammoth Cave is a limestone labyrinth with more than 400 miles of it explored, and the park estimates a potential for another 600 miles in its system.
  16. Chile, the longest and narrowest country in the world, is flanked on each side by the Cordillera de Los Andes Mountains and the Pacific Ocean.
  17. Colombia is a country in northwestern South America that has a coastline on both the Atlantic and the Pacific oceans. It is bordered by Brazil, Ecuador, Panama, Peru, and Venezuela.
  18. Marovo Lagoon is one of the largest saltwater lagoons in the world. Located in the New Georgia Islands, surrounded by Vangunu Island and Nggatokae Island. It is part of the Solomon Islands.
  19. The Taklimakan Desert in northwest China is a vast region of sand desert sitting in a depression between two high, rugged mountain ranges. Rolling dunes stretch out over several hundred thousand square miles in the Xinjiang Region of China.
  20. The Stromboli of Sicily is a volcano in the Tyrrhenian Sea, off the north coast of Sicily, that has erupted many times and is constantly active with minor eruptions, often visible from many points on the island and the surrounding sea, giving rise to the island's nickname "Lighthouse of the Mediterranean".


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