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Watch National Geographic Staff Answer Nearly Impossible Geography Questions | National Geographic

from the National Geographic
headquarters in Washington DC
welcome to the 29th National Geographic
Bee what are we doing here
the 4th grade I was a participant of the
GOP so I might be pretty good at it so
let’s go
Friday more than 40 species of cacti can
be found in the Guadalupe Mountains
located in a desert that extends from
Mexico into Texas New Mexico and Arizona
named this desert skip that we get to
pass it’s for Wallman desert that is
beta Alaska’s Koontz new wilderness area
located on Admiralty Island has one of
the highest concentrations of brown
bears in the world this wilderness area
lies 50 miles south of what important
city Fairbanks I didn’t study I should
have studied more people actually get
these kids get these Juno Juno the
correct answer that is right did you
know yeah do you know no Fairbanks do
you know Juna Juna
i’il on the Glacial forces that created
the waterways and rocky outcrops that
define the Boundary Waters Canoe Area
Wilderness also created a large lake
near its eastern border named this lake
repeat the question
repeat the question please which is the
is it one of the five Great Lakes who is
supposed to get these superior yeah Lake
it makes appear that is the superior
answer yes the Oder River flows through
a lagoon into what see to see the
flowing nature Baltic Sea the Baltic Sea
you are the Black Sea Baltics that’s
right said isla de la juventud is part
of which country dealer what I’m going
to say Brazil that’s right scientists
are planning to reintroduce Tigers to
Central Asia 50 years after they became
extinct in the region one potential site
for reintroduction is the Almaty region
in which country it was not paying
attention what do you have Kazakhstan
the correct answer is Kazakhstan ready
kazakhstan kazakhstan let me know when
they do the general accepted accounting
principle is that i’ll come back down
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