British Geography Quiz #4

Answer these random questions about the geography of the United Kingdom and its territories.
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Last updated: October 26, 2022
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What is the national animal of Scotland?
What is the smallest crown dependency of the United Kingdom?
What is the busiest airport in the London area?
What island chain off the northwest coast consists of "Inner" and "Outer" parts?
What is the largest island of the "Inner" part of the above, home to Clan MacLeod?
What is the largest lake in the United Kingdom?
Lough Neagh
What national park is located 40 km north of the Welsh capital?
Brecon Beacons
What is the name of the tunnel that connects England to France?
Channel Tunnel
What is the largest island of England by area?
Isle of Wight
What county is located right north of the above, and got a "new" version in New England?
What is known as the "Granite City"?
What formerly uninhabited island, starting with the letter P, was settled by
HMS Bounty mutineers?
Pitcairn Island
What palace in London is the official residence of the King?
Buckingham Palace
What World Heritage Site is built by Fionn mac Cumhaill (according to legend)?
Giant's Causeway
What British island in the Atlantic Ocean is known to be the death place of Napoleon?
St. Helena
On what street would you find the official residence of the British Prime Minister?
Downing Street
What P range of hills covers the central-northern parts of England?
To what country are the Turks and Caicos Islands closest?
What is the capital of the Falkland Islands?
What is the largest British Overseas Territory by area?
British Antarctic
Level 66
Jan 15, 2023
Bit controversial, but I tried Alderney for the smallest territory question and feel like there could be some leeway?

The correct answer is the Balliwick of Guernsey, which is comprised of both Guernsey, Alderney, and Sark, of which Sark is the smallest.

Basically I ruled out Guernsey, knowing it was bigger. I think all three islands should be "correct" even if it's not exactly right because the Balliwick is much more obscure than any of the islands themselves. (The answer should read "Balliwick of Guernsey" however, I believe)