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What is the vast evergreen forest region of the north?
What is a narrow body of water that connects two larger bodies of water?
what is the world's largest bay?
What is the smallest, coldest ocean?
What are the vast, frozen plains located mostly within the arctic circle?
What is the coldest region in the north called?
what is the name of the ground that is permanently frozen?
what is the point beyond which no trees can grow called?
what is the world's largest gulf?
gulf of Mexico
what is the name of the world�s largest island
what continent is the third largest?
what is the name of the area between the North Pole and the northern timberline?
what is the highest peak in North America?
what is the large mass of ice that flows slowly overland?
who is known as America�s great storyteller?
who was one of America's greatest athletes?
Who was the famous English missionary to the Canadian Inuits and their neighbors?
Sir. Winfred Grenfell
What is the region connecting North and South America and the many islands rising up out of the Caribbean sea?
Who were the most famous Indians in South America?
What is the narrow body of water that separates Russia from Alaska?
what is the movement of a group of people or animals from one part of the world to the next?
what is dried meat that was pounded together with fat and berries called?
what is the record of what has happened to mankind?
what are the trees that do not lose their leaves called?
what is the "way of life" of a group of people called?
what is the setting in which certain types of plants and animals thrive called?
what is the study of the earth?
What do the people who live in Greenland or the Canadian Arctic call themselves?
what Indian group of Central American had one of the most advanced early civilizations of the Western Hemisphere?
what is a long, hooded jacket made of different types of fur called?
what is the animal that has shaped the landscape of North America more than any other animal?
who are the most famous Indians who lived in Mexico?
- 1. North America
- 2. Pacific Ocean
- 3. Atlanict Ocean
- 4. South America
- 5. Africa
- 6. Arctic Ocean
- 7. Europe
- 8. Asia
- 9. Indean Ocean
- 10. Pasific Ocean
- 11. Antarctica
- 1. Amazon River
- 2. Isthmus of Panama
- 3. Atacama Desert
- 4. Andes Mountains
- 5. Cape Horn
- 6. Strait of Magella
- 7. Tierra del Fuego
- 1. Alaska
- 2. Arctic Ocean
- 3. Baffin Island
- 4. Greenland
- 5. Rocky Mountains
- 6. Pasific Ocean
- 7. California
- 8. Yucatan Peninnsala
- 9. West Indeas
- 10. Florida
- 11. Appalachian Mountains
- 12. Island of Newfoundland
- 13. Atlantic Ocean
- 14. Victorian Island
- 1. Bering Strait
- 2. Mackenzie River
- 3. Great Bear Lake
- 4. Great Slave Lake
- 5. Grat Salt Lake
- 6. Great Basin Desert
- 7. Colorado River
- 8. Rio Grande
- 9. Gulf of Mexico
- 10. Mississippi River
- 11. Missouri River
- 12. Great Lakes
- 13. St. Lawrence River
- 14. Caribeean Sea
- 1. Canada
- 2. US
- 3. Mexico
- 4. Bahamas
- 5. Cuba
- 6. Nicaragua
- 7. Panama
- 1. Venezuela
- 2. Brazil
- 3. Peru
- 4. Chile
- 5. Argentina
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