Quiz on geographical landmarks

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Quiz by Abhra
Last updated: October 24, 2015
First submittedOctober 24, 2015
Times taken810
Average score73.3%
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Highest mountain of the world
Mt Everest
Longest river in the world
Largest desert in the world
Highest waterfalls in the world
Angel Falls
Largest sea in the world outside the oceans
South China Sea
Tallest active volcano of Europe in Italy
Mount Etna
Highest mountain outside Asia
Mt. Aconcagua
Largest freshwater lake in the world
Lake Superior
Deepest point on Earth
Mariana Trench
Largest island in the world
Landmass connecting North and South America
Isthmus of Panama
Multiple small landmass at river mouth
Longest mountain range in the world
Largest and highest plateau on earth
Tibetan Plateau
Narrow body of water separating Russia and Americas
Bering Strait
Level 67
Jan 24, 2022
The question on "Largest sea in the world outside the oceans" is poorly phrased. The South China Sea is generally considered to be part of the Pacific Ocean, the Caspian Sea is not considered to be part of any Ocean and your question naturally leads the reader to consider a sea not generally considered to be part of the Ocean (such as the Caspian Sea, Aral Sea etc). Could you please rephrase the question?
Level 69
Jan 24, 2022
Strong agree with @RhymingCouplet. The question didn't make a lot of sense to me. I also went for Caspian, then Mediterranean (thinking the mouth at the Straits of Gibraltar might be what made it "outside the ocean").

Failing that, I just started spamming the box with every large sea I could think of, and so fairly quickly got it, but not because I actually understood what the question was trying to ask. (And after reading a bunch of Wiki articles I'm still not sure I do.)

Level 66
Jan 24, 2022
Maybe phrase it as "Largest sea in the world by surface area (oceans excluded)"
Level 76
Jan 24, 2022
I can type South China and that is good for South China Sea, I can type Angel and that is good for Angel Falls, I can type Everest or Etna and that is good for Mt Everest or Mt Etna but I cannot type Panama for Isthmus of Panama, that should change
Level 43
Jan 24, 2022
thats a good point.
Level 65
Jan 24, 2022
Just a quick Wikipedia check tells me that the South China Sea has an area of 3.5 million sq. km but the Philippine Sea has an area of 5 million sq. km. Quizmaster might want to double check that.