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World Geography GK Quiz

Q166. Which of the following is the Arabic word which refers to "Monsoon"
(A) Mausim
(B) Mausam
(C) Monaco
(D) Mosama

Q167. Which is the Ocean is with maximum number of Islands
(A) Indian Ocean
(B) Atlantic Ocean
(C) Pacific Ocean
(D) Antarctic Ocean

Q168. In which region, it rains throughout the year
(A) Mediterranean region
(B) Equatorial region
(C) Near the poles
(D) Siberia

Q169. In which of the following ocean the largest mid-oceanic ridge is located
(A) Atlantic
(B) Pacific
(C) Arctic
(D) Arctic

Q170. In which region of the world 'Roaring Forties' blow
(A) Between 10° S and 30° S latitudes
(B) Between 40° N and 50° N latitudes
(C) Between 40° S and 50° S latitudes
(D) Between 10° N and 10° S latitudes

Q171. The region where the Amazon and the Congo rivers traverse is
(A) Temperate region
(B) Polar region
(C) Subtropical region
(D) Equatorial region

Q172. The equator divides the continent into two equal halves
(A) North America
(B) Europe
(C) Africa
(D) Asia

Q173. Cirque is, closely associated with
(A) Glacier
(B) River
(C) Wind
(D) Groundwater

Q174. The cold ocean current along the South Western Coast of Africa is
(A) Peruvian Current
(B) Benguela Current
(C) Okhotsk Current
(D) Agulhas Current

Q175. An imaginary line drawn around the Earth parallel to the Equator that lies at a constant angular distance is called
(A) Longitude
(B) Latitude
(C) International Date Line
(D) Greenwich Meridian

Q176. Which longitude forms the boundary line between Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean
(A) The longitude of Capetown
(B) The longitude of Perth
(C) The longitude of Cape of Tasmania
(D) The longitude of Wellington


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