Statistics for South American Geography A-Z

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  • The average score is 18 of 26

Answer Stats

HintAnswer% Correct
SDutch-speaking countrySuriname
95%
QClosest capital to EquatorQuito
94%
GWhere Darwin studied finchesGalápagos
92%
JLargest cat native to South AmericaJaguar
92%
NCountry that owns Aruba,
Bonaire, and Curaçao
Netherlands
91%
M"Lost city" of the Incas that now is
a popular tourist attraction
Machu Picchu
90%
WChilean island with namesake
of New Zealand's capital
Wellington
90%
PRegion comprised of southern
Argentina and Chile
Patagonia
89%
TLargest lakeTiticaca
87%
EIsland also known as Rapa NuiEaster
86%
LCapital with the highest elevationLa Paz
85%
ADriest desert in the worldAtacama
81%
B"Fair Winds" in SpanishBuenos Aires
81%
CMajor Rio de Janeiro beachCopacabana
81%
RCurrency of BrazilReal
75%
IWaterfalls on the
Argentina-Brazil border
Iguazu Falls
72%
HTerm for a large estateHacienda
71%
FName for a Brazilian shanty townFavela
68%
DSwampy region between
Colombia and Panama
{Darién} Gap
59%
OLongest river in VenezuelaOrinoco
59%
UMajor river on the
Argentine-Brazil border
Uruguay
57%
VCoastal Chilean cityValparaíso
48%
YPlant used to make "maté"Yerba
36%
XMajor Amazon River tributaryXingu
12%
ZTraditional dance of ArgentinaZamba
11%
KWorld's tallest single drop waterfallKaieteur Falls
7%

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