Natural Features of Countries #1

We give you the natural feature. You tell us the country where it's located.
Answer must correspond to the yellow box
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Last updated: August 28, 2018
First submittedOctober 25, 2010
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Natural Feature
Country
Grand Canyon
United States
Uluru
Australia
Mt. Fuji
Japan
Angel Falls
Venezuela
Galapagos Islands
Ecuador
Atacama Desert
Chile
Mt. Kilimanjaro
Tanzania
Natural Feature
Country
Lake Baikal
Russia
Eyjafjallajokull
Iceland
Bay of Fundy
Canada
Cape of Good Hope
South Africa
Yucatan Peninsula
Mexico
Yellow River
China
Arenal Volcano
Costa Rica
Natural Feature
Country
Lake Balaton
Hungary
Mt. Etna
Italy
Bali Island
Indonesia
Andaman Islands
India
Jutland Peninsula
Denmark
The Dardanelles
Turkey
Annapurna
Nepal
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Level 59
Aug 3, 2013
I would love to see the pronunciation of Eyjafjallajokull!
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Level 71
Aug 4, 2013
I'm not sure, but I think you just pronounce all the j's like y's and everything else is what it looks like.
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Level 32
Aug 4, 2013
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Eyjafjallaj%C3%B6kull-bjarmason.ogg
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Level 82
May 11, 2014
A-yah-fyat-lah-y-oeh-kutl --- or some such. I *really* suck at writing pronunciation. I am better at IPA. But you might get "closeish" trying to say that. Other: youtube will have examples too.
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Level 53
May 24, 2014
Not bad...the double-l is pronounced like 'dl' or 'tl', depending on I never really knew what. And 'j' is said like 'y'. Eye-yah-fjet-lah-yoh-kut'l. When it erupted, there were lots of videos of various TV reporters in various countries, trying to pronounce it.
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Level 74
Jun 15, 2014
A lot of them tried winging it by saying "the volcano in Iceland"
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Level 76
Nov 14, 2015
I learnt it off Newsround or Blue Peter or something like that. It gets annoying knowing how to say it, especially when people demand of you to say it, like my peers at Geography GCSE. My teacher pronounced it Eya-fayokul, which really got on my nerves.
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Level 82
Mar 8, 2019
EY-ya-FYA-htla-YUH-kuhtl
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Level 47
Nov 6, 2018
*starts quiz**sees Eyjafjallajokull* is someone doing a prank?
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Level 70
Nov 28, 2018
You can pronounce it anyway you like, who's going to argue?
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Level 43
Oct 15, 2015
I know this is nitpicking, but the Jutland peninsula is shared by Denmark and Germany - both should be accepted as the correct answer, then.
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Level 80
Feb 6, 2016
Aren't there many countries with islands in the Andaman Sea (Thailand, for example)? Are India's the only ones referred to as Andaman Islands?
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Level 59
Feb 6, 2016
The latter.
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Level 72
Oct 15, 2017
No, some of the Andaman Islands belong to Thailand.
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Level 56
Apr 21, 2018
All the Islands of Andaman are Indian.
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Level 43
Mar 29, 2019
Coco islands belong to Myanmar which are close to Andaman islands and can be considered as their part. Don't have any idea about Thailand has islands there.
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Level 80
Apr 1, 2019
Phuket and many other Thai islands are in the Andaman Sea.
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Level 55
Feb 6, 2016
i ogt 16 and im only 8
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Level 23
Feb 6, 2016
"Eyjafjallajokull" should be written with an ö. It's Eyjafjallajökull ;)
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Level 64
Feb 7, 2016
Is it bad that I only knew Mt. Etna thanks to Rick Wakeman?
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Level 71
Feb 8, 2016
For those wondering about the pronunciation, the IPA for Eyjafjallajökull is [ˈeɪjaˌfjatlaˌjœːkʏtl̥]. And yes, it's spelled with an ö.
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Level 46
Feb 8, 2016
Okay, show of hands. How many guessed that Eyjafjallajokull was Iceland simply because they couldn't pronounce it?
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Level 37
Oct 27, 2016
I, for one.
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Level 48
Mar 24, 2020
Me too.
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Level 58
Mar 22, 2017
Damn it! Must have tried every county mainland of North and South America, but lost track and missed out Costa Rica (for Arenal).
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Level 43
Jun 10, 2018
nice one
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Level 45
Dec 11, 2019
I love this quiz! Lol! I suddenly remembered where Eyjafjallajökull came from and it was from school! Some appreciation to schools for teaching this!!! SPOILER: Eyjafjallajökull = Iceland Also, don't forget to put the ö (o with an umlaut) in "Eyjafjallajökull"