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Highest Mountains

written by: Mariya
 
Mountains make up about 52% of Asia, 36% of North America, 25% of Europe, 22% of South America, 17% of Australia, and 3% of Africa.

Question 1:


This giant inactive volcano, still emitting gases, is actually the highest mountain in Africa.
Cameroon
Kenya
Kilimanjaro
Makalu

Question 2:


Discovered in 1957, it is the highest mountain in Antarctica, located about 1,200 km away from the South Pole.
Ararat
Vinson Massif
Mount Terror
Mount Erebus

Question 3:


What famous volcano represents the highest peak in Japan?
Jade
Kongur
Fuji
Apo

Question 4:


This peak in the western Caucasus mountains in Russia, is believed to be the highest peak in Europe.
Kuban
Hekla
Mont Blanc
Mount Elbrus

Question 5:


What is the highest point of the Philippines, lying several km from Davao City?
Halla Mountain
Demavend
Mount Merapi
Mount Apo

Question 6:


What is the name of the highest mountain in the Southern hemisphere, also the highest peak outside of Asia?
Cotopaxi
Lanin
CerroTorre
Aconcagua

Question 7:


What is the highest peak on the Balkan peninsula, whose name means "the mountain of Allah"?
Korab
Musala
Dinara
Olypmus

Question 8:


Three of the following peaks are in Europe and represent the highest peaks in their countries. Which one does not belong to the group?
Triglav
Olympus
Mount John Laurie
Korab

Question 9:


At 2,228 meters, this Snowy Mountains peak is the highest on the Australian continent.
Mount Kosciuszko
Mount Townsend
Mount Buffalo
Mount Keira

Question 10:


This mountain, located in the Southern Alps, is the highest in New Zealand.
Mount Agung
Mount Cook
Mount Tasman
Mount Hopkins

 


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