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Play this  Quiz Game  On your phone 101 - 1980m below the sea level, 102 - Maldives, 103 - Saudi Arabia, 104 - Sundarbans, 105 - Great Blue Hole,   106 - Intertidal zone, 107 - 54 per km², 108 - Peru, 109 - Algeria, 110 - Wind.

101. What is the Summit depth of tamu massif?

           1640 m below the sea level

           3800 m below the sea level

           1980m below the sea level

           940 m below the sea level


102. Which is the smallest country in Asia?

           Maldives

           Sri Lanka

           Singapore

           Malaysia


103. Which country does not have any river?

           Syria

           Iraq

           Iran

           Saudi Arabia


104. Which is the largest mangrove forest in the world?

           New Guinea

           Sundarbans

           Guinean

           Sunda Shelf


105. Recognize the place?

           Great Blue Hole

           Dean’s Blue Hole

           Bahmah sinkhole

           Heavenly Pit


106. The area that is above water at low tide and under water at high tide is called:

           Midway

           Upper Coast

           Intertidal zone

           Flat coast


107. What is the population density of the world?

           54 per km²

           26 per km²

           74 per km²

           62 per km²


108. Huascarán National Park is located in:

           Chile

           Peru

           Argentina

           Brazil


109. Which is the largest country in Africa?

           Congo

           Libya

           Algeria

           Sudan


110. Aeolian landforms are formed by:

           Wind

           Earthquake tremors

           Sand rivers

           Sand splits