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Famous Islands Quiz #1

Name these islands and island chains, both real and fictional.
Last updated: December 04, 2014
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Central NYC island
Island of Brooklyn and Queens
Long Island
Honolulu's island
King Kong's island
Skull Island
Islands visited by Darwin
Southernmost Australian state
Able was I, ere I saw it
World's largest island
(not including continents)
2nd largest island
New Guinea
3rd largest island
4th largest island and
home to lemurs
Largest Canadian island
Tokyo's island
Where Napoleon was born
Where he died
St. Helena
The UK and Argentina fought a war over them
Falkland Islands
Island nation divided between Greeks and Turks
Former whaling town - home to Captain Ahab
Legendary island that sank into the Atlantic
Island shared by Haiti
and the Dominican Republic
Last of the Florida Keys. Hemingway lived there
Key West
Spanish party island. From Miami to ...
Ancestral home of the Corleone family
Island from "Jaws"
Amity Island
level 42
Sep 10, 2012
I would have loved to see this on the quiz: Hideout of the Bounty mutineers: Pitcairn Island
level 27
Apr 11, 2013
i was thinking the same
level 65
Sep 11, 2012
Huh, I kept reading it as "Largest Canary island". Thankfully I finally noticed that it said Canadian.
level 73
Jan 16, 2014
I read largest caribbean island myself. I was SO pissed when cuba wouldn't work.
level 38
Jun 1, 2013
Can you accept Papua for New Guinea?
level 58
Feb 16, 2014
How about Australia for largest island? The island/country itself isn't the continent. The continent of Australia includes many of the islands around it - including New Guinea.
level 47
Mar 10, 2014
No it actually doesn't. Although we group them as a "continent", most of those islands are atolls or volcanic and are not actually part of the Australian continental shelf. The continent of Australia only really includes the country itself and a few of the large islands around it. Same goes of for the Central American isthmus, which is also not really part of the continental shelf.
level 65
Jan 16, 2015
How about Eurasiafrica, then? Pretty big island.
level 75
Jan 16, 2015
Right. Though the distinction between "continent" and "island" is a completely arbitrary one... if you don't make that distinction then the largest contiguous landmasses surrounded by water (islands) in the world are 1. Afro-Eurasia (if we don't count the Suez Canal as having dissected it in half) 2. The Americas (if we don't count the Panama Canal as having dissected it in half) 3. Antarctica 4. Australia 5. Greenland
level 75
Jan 16, 2015
There is some argument over whether or not Australia is a continent or island within the continent of "Oceania," though, so... whatever
level 44
May 20, 2014
I am quite surprised and pleased by the absence of any angry comments insisting that there is no such thing as Falkland Islands (:
level 71
Jun 9, 2014
But it should still accept Malvinas as an option!
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Dec 4, 2014
level 48
Nov 7, 2016
62% for Long Island... Not too well known I guess.
level 38
Mar 5, 2018
Many people are unaware that Brooklyn and Queens are on Long Island. Most only know of the peninsula which comprises Nassau and Suffolk.