Geography Quiz / Odd One Out: Bodies of Water

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Body of WaterOdd One Out
Asian lake
A) Aral Sea B) Lake Baikal C) Lake Balaton D) Lake Balkhash
African lake
A) Lake Ladoga B) Lake Nyasa C) Lake Tanganyika D) Lake Victoria
Flows through more than 3 countries
A) Danube B) Euphrates C) Niger D) Rhine
Borders the same name country
A) Gulf of Finland B) Gulf of Guinea C) Gulf of Honduras D) Gulf of Oman
Named after an explorer
A) Baffin Bay B) Barents Sea C) Solomon Sea D) Tasman Sea
Drains into the Mediterranean Sea
A) Nile B) Rhône C) Tagus D) Tiber
Great Lake bordering Canada
A) Lake Erie B) Lake Huron C) Lake Michigan D) Lake Ontario
Strait between two countries
A) Øresund B) Strait of Dover C) Strait of Malacca D) Strait of Messina
Borders a same starting letter country
A) Adriatic Sea B) Baltic Sea C) Bay of Bengal D) Skagerrak
In the Americas
A) Lake Albert B) Lake Nicaragua C) Lake Superior D) Lake Titicaca
Part of the Mediterranean Sea
A) Tyrrhenian Sea B) Ionian Sea C) Ligurian Sea D) Bay of Biscay
Larger than 20 million km²
A) Arctic Ocean B) Atlantic Ocean C) Indian Ocean D) Southern Ocean
Asian river longer than 4,000km
A) Indus B) Mekong C) Yangtze D) Yellow River
Rises in the Rocky Mountains
A) Colorado River B) Mississippi C) Missouri D) Rio Grande
In the Northern Hemisphere
A) Arabian Sea B) Bering Sea C) Norwegian Sea D) Scotia Sea
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