Quick Pic: Tough questions at the geography bee
January 8, 2014
Ashlyn Sunchild, Sunnyside Intermediate School fifth grader, shows one of her answers to the judges during Tuesday's geography bee at the Havre High School auditorium.
Test your knowledge
Are you smarter than a fifth-grader? Here are a few of the questions the asked during the geography bee.
Q: Polynesia is a region that includes the island countries of Samoa and Tonga; it is located in what ocean?
A: The Pacific Ocean.
Q: The Hohokam people are one of America's oldest cultures. They lived along the Gila and Salt rivers in what present day state?
Q: The Kissimmee river flows into the Okeechobee in what state that borders the Gulf of Mexico?
Q: Crater Lake National Park is located near Klamath Falls in what U.S. State?
Q: Lake George is a glacial lake north of the city of Troy between Vermont and what other state?
A: New York.
Q: The Hoover Dam, which supplies water and power to Arizona, Nevada and California, is on what river?