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Earth Quiz: Do You Really Know Your Planet?

You live here, so we figure you ought to be well grounded in Earth facts. But you might find these questions a little tough and tricky. Good luck!

  • Question of

    What’s the longest mountain chain on the planet?

    • The Mid-ocean ridge
    • The Everglades
    • The Himalayas
  • Question of

    What’s Earth’s true shape?

    • Oblate Spheroid
    • Sphere
    • Flat
  • Question of

    67,000 mph (107,826 km/h) represents what speed?

    • Earth’s orbit around the Sun
    • Earth’s movement through the Milky Way
    • Earth’s rotation about its axis
  • Question of

    Roughly how old is Earth?

    • 4.54 Million Years
    • 6,000 Years
    • 4.54 Billion Years
  • Question of

    134 degrees Fahrenheit (56.7 degrees C) was the hottest temperature ever measured on Earth. Where?

    • The North Pole
    • Death Valley, California
    • El Azizia, Libya
  • Question of

    Minus 100 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 73 degrees C) was the coldest temperature measured on Earth. Where?

    • Anchorage, Alaska
    • The North Pole
    • Vostok Station, Antarctica
  • Question of

    Since the early 19th century, which of these has moved northward more than 600 miles (1,100 kilometers)?

    • The Equator
    • Earth’s magnetic north pole
    • New York city
  • Question of

    What’s the deepest place in the ocean?

    • The Bermuda Triangle
    • The Mariana Trench
    • The middle of Atlantic ocean
  • Question of

    Where’s the lowest point on land (hint: it’s below sea level)?

    • The Dead Sea
    • Antarctica
    • Death Valley
  • Question of

    Roughly how often does lightning strike somewhere on Earth?

    • 100 times per Second
    • 100 times per Hour
    • 100 times per Day


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