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It's a Natural Wonder!

One more time, can you guess the landmarks or wonders by their description? These are all naturally occurring phenomenon.


 

Quiz ID:#3766
Fun:*** (2.59)
Difficulty:** (1.27)
Category:Geography
Created By:bRIN*us****!!

 

 

 



#1   A common occurrence in the North Pole, this natural phenomenon is characterised by bright, colorful, dancing lights.






#2   This is the tallest mountain in Japan.

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#3   Formed by the Caldera left by the collapse of Mount Mazama, this landmark is featured on the Oregon state quarter.







#4   This underwater rock formation is made up of rectangular shaped rocks pieced together to form a natural or man made structure nearly half a mile long.






#5   This national park sits on the caldera of North America's largest active supervolcano.







#6   This African waterfall is neither the widest nor the highest. Its claim is as the largest sheet of falling water in the world.






#7   This area in the Atlantic Ocean is well known for the mysterious disappearances of several aircraft and ships.





#8   The color of these cliffs comes from the fact that they are composed of pure lime.





#9   The high salt content of this sea means no marine animals can live in it. The shores around it are the lowest dry land on Earth.






#10   Located in South America, this river is the largest river in the world.






 

 


   



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