Only 1 in 42 people score more than 12/15 in this Earth quiz

QUIZ: Only 1 in 42 people score more than 12/15 in this Earth quiz
QUIZ: Only 1 in 42 people score more than 12/15 in this Earth quiz

Earth quiz. What name is given to the lowest atmosphere layer of the Earth? If you know the right answer, you may score high in this quiz. Our planet is amazing and packed with strange facts for you to learn. Good luck and have fun.

Only 1 in 42 people score more than 12/15 in this Earth quiz

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  • Question of

    What are the most abundant elements on Earth?

    • Hydrogen, magnesium and aluminum
    • Hydrogen, sodium, zinc
    • Iron, oxygen and silicon
    • Carbon, nytrogen and manganese
  • Question of

    Earth’s atmosphere reaches out to about how much into space?

    • 7,500 kilometers
    • 5,000 kilometers
    • 950 kilometers
    • 10,000 kilometers
  • Question of

    What name receives the lowest layer of Earth’s atmosphere?

    • Exosphere
    • Troposphere
    • Stratosphere
    • Thermosphere
  • Question of

    Earth’s magnetic field is caused by:

    • Its proximity to solar wind
    • The metal concentration in its crust
    • Its molten iron-nickel core
    • None of the above
  • Question of

    Stretching for some 5,000 kilometers, which would be Earth’s second longest mountain range?

    • Southern Great Escarpment in Africa
    • The Andes in South America
    • Transantarctic Mountains, in Antarctica
    • Rocky Mountains in North America
  • Question of

    The Waitomo Glowworm Caves are found in which country:

    • Tanzania
    • Mongolia
    • Madagascar
    • New Zealand
  • Question of

    What is Earth’s deepest canyon and where is it found?

    • Colca Canyon in Peru
    • Kali Gandaki Gorge in Nepal
    • Grand Canyon in Arizona
    • Tara River Canyon, Montenegro
  • Question of

    Vostok, a fresh water lake permanently buried beneath an ice sheet,is located where?

    • Antarctica
    • Siberia
    • Canada
    • Alaska
  • Question of

    Jeita Grotto, the cave with the world’s largest stalactite is located where?

    • Brazil
    • Algeria
    • Lebanon
    • Portugal
  • Question of

    Earth ‒all of us, in fact‒ travel around the Sun at a speed of

    • 1,690 kilometers per hour
    • 23,000 kilometers per hour
    • 107,182 kilometers per hour
    • 84,720 kilometers per hour
  • Question of

    Water accounts for how much of Earth’s total mass?

    • Less than 1%
    • Less than 10%
    • Less than 15%
    • Less than 19%
  • Question of

    Tides in oceans happen due to what phenomenon?

    • Winds rippling water surface
    • Earth’s tectonic plates movement
    • Moon’s gravitational pull
    • Weather changes in the atmosphere
  • Question of

    What percentage of all species that ever existed on Earth are now extinct?

    • 12%
    • 99%
    • 53%
    • 26%
  • Question of

    The velocity of rotation of the Earth is:

    • Slowing down
    • Always steady
    • Speeding up
  • Question of

    In what place on Earth is easier to find meteorites?

    • Canada
    • Siberia
    • Mexico
    • Antarctica

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