WolfCam's Geography Challenge #4

Answer all the questions, then use the answers to those questions to find the final answer. Comment the answer and how you got it below.
Congratulations to scambigol, joez (Who solved two, including this one), and FlabberBapper who solved the other challenges!
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Last updated: October 21, 2017
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First submittedOctober 14, 2017
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Hint
Answer
Largest rainforest in the world
Amazon Rainforest
Country that borders Senegal and Guinea
Guinea Bissau
Peninsula where humanity first began
Horn of Africa
Final Answer
U.S Mountain Range
Correct!
Hint
Answer
What separates Sri Lanka and Indonesia
Bay of Bengal
Body of water south of Louisiana
Gulf of Mexico
Cape that Cape Town is named for
Cape of Good Hope
Longest river in Europe
Volga River
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Level 60
Oct 14, 2017
Adams Bridge seperates Sri Lanka and India aswell.
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Level 65
Oct 14, 2017
Yeah, but it says Indonesia...
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Level 71
Oct 14, 2017
Where does the Gambia border Guinea-Bissau? Somehow I managed to find the answer. Is it very green in these areas?
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Level 65
Oct 14, 2017
Sorry, I meant to say Guinea! And no, I'm pretty sure the Bay of Bengal is not green. Never been, but I'm pretty sure!
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Level 71
Oct 14, 2017
I found the answer as well. What are you pretty sure about? It seems like it can only be that all of them are green. I don't get it.
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Level 65
Oct 14, 2017
Have you been to the Bay of Bengal? If so, what color is it? I know bodies of water and their colors can be deceiving. The Danube is brown in some spots!
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Level 71
Oct 14, 2017
Is there supposed to be a different explanation or did Gassau69 get it?
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Level 65
Oct 14, 2017
No, it's not that they are all green :)
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Level 71
Oct 14, 2017
I see that they are all geographic terms: Cape, Bay, Mountains. But you chose Green for a different reason other than they have similar colors.
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Level 65
Oct 14, 2017
You're on the right track!
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Level 65
Oct 14, 2017
I just realized one of the answers was in the wrong places! (Hint Hint)
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Level 71
Oct 14, 2017
But why would it matter the placement of the answers? Your previous challenge it wouldn't have mattered if you moved the placement. So why is it important for this one?
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Level 65
Oct 14, 2017
Each challenge is a little bit different!
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Level 71
Oct 14, 2017
At this point and time, I'm going to try to fish the most hints out of you. What can it be other than they all have geographic terms in their names?
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Level 65
Oct 14, 2017
It has to do with the geographic terms and the columns!
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Level 71
Oct 14, 2017
Are the columns supposed to be in the shape of Vermont?
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Level 65
Oct 14, 2017
I think that's true for all Jetpunk Quizzes...
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Level 71
Oct 14, 2017
What I mean is that of the shape of the words. I don't know if you were trying to have Indonesia and Guinea be on their own row or if you were trying to put the words into a shape of a mountain or something?
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Level 65
Oct 14, 2017
No, It's just that one answer in the left column was in the right column by accident. Here's my hint: In horn of Africa, Horn is more important than the other words.
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Level 71
Oct 14, 2017
Maybe a guess for a correlation is that the text of the answers if you get them right, they appear as green? I'm just putting things out there now, I don't think this is right.
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Level 65
Oct 14, 2017
Nope, it has nothing to do with the fact Green is a color. Each answer goes with another answer, and Green goes with one of the answers.
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Level 71
Oct 14, 2017
So Horn is connected to Green Mountains in some way is what your are trying to hint?
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Level 65
Oct 14, 2017
Horn is connected to one of the other answers, not Green.
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Level 71
Oct 14, 2017
I feel like you given me all the hints you can without giving it away. It's just I can't figure it out. I see no correlation for any column. I can't find the correlations for the answers below each other.
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Level 65
Oct 14, 2017
I did make this one especially hard. I have more hints, but I won't give them away for a while! By that time, I will have released another one of these!
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Level 71
Oct 14, 2017
Well, I surrender myself to you until that time or someone else solves the challenge. As for I, my brain has given up for after an hour.
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Level 71
Oct 14, 2017
Its *Bapper, my friend.
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Level 65
Oct 14, 2017
My Bad. I was gonna say autocorrect, but I think I spelled it wrong, then it autocorrected!
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Level 65
Oct 14, 2017
If I may ask... where did your username come from?
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Level 71
Oct 14, 2017
When I was in 7th grade, in the library with my friends. We were playing an online game together and in my head I thought, "What could be a random name that I could type in to be my username" And then it popped into my head with bright gold shiny letters, "FLABBERBAPPER". In all seriousness, I have no idea. It's based off of nothing other than a random word I created.
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Level 65
Oct 14, 2017
I believe all good ideas are based off of random things people thought of. I bet someone saw a potato and a frog and yelled JETPUNK! And that's how this website was created! I think the quizmaster would agree!
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Level 71
Oct 14, 2017
Is that how you base these correlations for your geography challenges?
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Level 65
Oct 14, 2017
Yup! I just saw a greek yogurt and the flag of Estonia and then I got this idea!
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Level 65
Oct 21, 2017
Hint: Each answer in the first column corresponds with an answer in the second column
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Level 71
Oct 21, 2017
Cape Horn. Gulf of Guinea. Amazon River. Green Bay.
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Level 65
Oct 21, 2017
Yay!!!! That is correct!
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Level 76
Oct 21, 2017
The southernmost point in Africa is Cape Agulhas, not Cape of Good Hope.
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Level 65
Oct 21, 2017
I changed the clue!