The Seven Natural Wonders Of The World

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  • The Seven Natural Wonders OfThe WorldPLUS A SUPER DUPER AWESOMEQUIZ By Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky

Introduction Welcome to the wonderfully awesome super duper Seven Natural Wonders of the World We (Ian & Peter) will give you information on it and then quiz you. The seven natural wonders of the world are: The Grand Canyon, Northern Lights, Mt. Everest, The Great Barrier Reef, Victoria Falls, Paricutin Volcano, and The Harbor at Rio de Janerio. Oh and theres a quiz at the end so BE READYBy Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky Paricutin Volcano Located in Mexico It last erupted in 1952 It is 10,400 feet tall It is a monogenetic volcano When the eruption happened nearby villages were covered by lava and ash By Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky The Grand Canyon Located in Arizona It is 277 miles long The deepest part of it is about one mile deep Carved by the Colorado River It took six million yearsBy Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky Mt. Everest Mt. Everest is the tallest point in our planet It is located in Nepal It is 29,029 feet tall It is covered in snow, so its cold It is the Tallest Mountain in the world By Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky Northern Lights The Northern Lights are located in Alaska Its made by Three things: Solar Wind, Magnetosphere, and The earth's atmosphere The Northern Lights are constantly in motion The colors in the Northern Lights are Red, Green, Blue, and VioletBy Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky Victoria Falls Victoria Falls is a Waterfall Is located in southern Africa on the Zambezi River Its 360 feet tall It is 400 feet wideBy Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky The Great Barrier Reef The largest coral reef system in the world It has 900 islands Made of 2,900 individual reefs It can be seen from outer space Located in AustraliaBy Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky The Harbor at Rio De Janerio Located in Brazil In Guanabara Bay Sugar loaf mountain looks over the bay It is a great place to go on vacation By Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky Where are the Northern LightsLocated? A. Alaska B. Antarctica C. South Pole D. Sparta By Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky Great for youWell you got it right whoopee To next questionBy Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky !!!!!HAHA!!!!! Back to the question By Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky ARE YOU SERIOUS Wow Youre so hopeless Back to questionBy Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky How Tall is Mt. Everest 29,019 29,089 29,029 CHACOLATEBy Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky Great for youWell you got it right whoopee To next questionBy Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky !!!!!HAHA!!!!! Back to the question By Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky ARE YOU SERIOUS Wow Youre so hopeless Back to questionBy Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky What is Victoria Falls? A water park A park A type of tree A place where the government through you off when y A water fall By Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky Great for youWell you got it right whoopee To next questionBy Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky !!!!!HAHA!!!!! Back to the question By Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky How tall is the Paricutin Volcano 10,500 10,400 10,600 10 BUCKS I KNOW IT!!!By Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky Great for youWell you got it right whoopee To next questionBy Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky !!!!!HAHA!!!!! Back to the question By Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky ARE YOU SERIOUS Wow Youre so hopeless Back to questionBy Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky Where is Mt. Everest located Nepal Mepal Hepal Shepal Paul Knee paul Knee-socksBy Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky Great for youWell you got it right whoopee To next questionBy Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky !!!!!HAHA!!!!! Back to the question By Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky You are easily and officially the stupidest person onthe planet and there is no link out of this page. Well there is but GOOD LUCK FINDING IT!!!By Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky HERES A SUPER COOL URL THINGY !!!CLICK HERE FOR URL!!!! HEREBy Ian Buckley and Peter Zamsky