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For each pair of coordinates, fill in the country, body of water, or uninhabited landmass located at those coordinates on Earth's globe.
Hint: start by naming the oceans
Last updated: March 07, 2017
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150°W
120°W
90°W
60°W
30°W
75°N
Arctic Ocean
M'Clure Strait
Canada
Baffin Bay
Greenland
Atlantic Ocean
60°N
United States
Canada
Hudson Bay
Atlantic Ocean
Atlantic Ocean
North Sea
45°N
Pacific Ocean
United States
United States
Atlantic Ocean
Atlantic Ocean
France
30°N
Pacific Ocean
Pacific Ocean
United States
Atlantic Ocean
Atlantic Ocean
Algeria
15°N
Pacific Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Guatemala
Atlantic Ocean
Atlantic Ocean
Mali
Pacific Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Brazil
Atlantic Ocean
Gulf of Guinea
15°S
Pacific Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Brazil
Atlantic Ocean
Atlantic Ocean
30°S
Pacific Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Argentina
Atlantic Ocean
Atlantic Ocean
45°S
Pacific Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Atlantic Ocean
Atlantic Ocean
Atlantic Ocean
60°S
Pacific Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Atlantic Ocean
Atlantic Ocean
Atlantic Ocean
75°S
Southern Ocean
Antarctica
Antarctica
Southern Ocean
Southern Ocean
Antarctica
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
30°E
60°E
90°E
120°E
150°E
180°
75°N
Barents Sea
Russia
Russia
Laptev Sea
Russia
Arctic Ocean
60°N
Baltic Sea
Russia
Russia
Russia
Russia
Bering Sea
45°N
Black Sea
Kazakhstan
China
China
Pacific Ocean
Pacific Ocean
30°N
Egypt
Iran
China
China
Pacific Ocean
Pacific Ocean
15°N
Sudan
Indian Ocean
Indian Ocean
South China Sea
Pacific Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Uganda
Indian Ocean
Indian Ocean
Indonesia
Pacific Ocean
Pacific Ocean
15°S
Zambia
Indian Ocean
Indian Ocean
Indian Ocean
Coral Sea
Pacific Ocean
30°S
South Africa
Indian Ocean
Indian Ocean
Australia
Australia
Pacific Ocean
45°S
Indian Ocean
Indian Ocean
Indian Ocean
Indian Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Pacific Ocean
60°S
Indian Ocean
Indian Ocean
Indian Ocean
Indian Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Pacific Ocean
75°S
Antarctica
Antarctica
Antarctica
Antarctica
Antarctica
Southern Ocean
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level 33
Jan 12, 2014
Interesting.
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level 49
Jan 14, 2014
I think so. We might know intellectually that the Earth's surface is mostly water, that Africa is six times bigger than Europe, and so on, but those facts become a lot more obvious when filling in random points.
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level 42
Mar 3, 2017
weird but cool
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level 75
Apr 3, 2014
Wow! This was much tougher than I thought.
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level 75
Jul 16, 2014
Cool idea for a quiz!
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level 60
Aug 30, 2014
You should accept Gulf of Finland, because that's the part of the Baltic Sea concerned.
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level 49
Aug 31, 2014
Okay.
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level 66
Dec 24, 2014
Got 'em all. Very interesting quiz.
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level 71
Dec 15, 2015
Also accept "Atlantic Ocean" for "Gulf of Guinea", since the GoG is part of the AO?
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level 44
Jan 27, 2016
Very intresting. Got stuck a lot. Took me 6 tries to get them all
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level 37
Mar 5, 2016
missed uganda, south china sea, gulf of guinea and coral sea.
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level 67
Jun 29, 2016
Very cool :)
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level 44
Dec 23, 2016
3:13 on the clock!
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level 65
Dec 27, 2016
30 N, 90 E is in China, not Russia.
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level 54
Mar 7, 2017
Yes it is in Tibet, China. Surprised that this is not fixed yet
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level 71
Dec 28, 2016
Very impressive quiz! Great work!
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level 70
Dec 28, 2016
Jesus I thought I was good at geography but this felt worse than Battleship.
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level 57
Jan 3, 2017
Scroll mode, please
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level ∞
Jan 4, 2017
Done
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level 52
Jan 31, 2017
Difficult quiz!
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level 73
Mar 7, 2017
Shouldn't 30N 90E be in China?
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level 74
Mar 7, 2017
Yes.
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level 65
Mar 7, 2017
Denmark is 30 degrees west of Greenwich?
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level 66
Mar 7, 2017
I guess Greenland is being called Denmark.
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level 56
Mar 7, 2017
greenland
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level ∞
Mar 7, 2017
Changed the displayed answer to Greenland to avoid confusion.
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level 74
Mar 7, 2017
Hudson Bay is considered to be among the internal waters of Canada. Therefore, Canada should count for 60 N 90 W.
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level ∞
Mar 7, 2017
No. The answer is _____ Bay. Canada Bay is not correct.
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level 59
Mar 7, 2017
That would be a great name for a bay!
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level 39
Mar 7, 2017
Shouldn't the one for 30 north and 90 east be China? Fairly certain it's in Tibet... Otherwise, fun quiz!
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level ∞
Mar 7, 2017
Yes, fixed.
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level 51
Mar 7, 2017
only missed Mclure
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level 67
Mar 7, 2017
The only quiz on Jetpunk where Greenland is considered Denmark and it threw me all off on Europe.
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level 66
Mar 7, 2017
OMG, I missed all of the oceans.
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level 67
Mar 9, 2017
45ºN, 60ºE is JUUUUUUUST over the border into Uzbekistan. Like, maybe 25 meters into Uzbekistan and about a meter from the former shoreline of the rapidly shrinking Aral Sea.
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level 45
Nov 1, 2018
according to google maps yes, but according to OSM it's still KZ
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level 49
Mar 16, 2017
Great quiz.
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level 28
Mar 27, 2017
Lol first time I did I though we only had to do bodies of water not countries as well.
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level 56
Sep 7, 2017
This is super-screwy. The places these rectangles fall is so random... I'm not sure this makes sense.
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level 66
Aug 30, 2018
It's not random in the slightest. It's asking what countries or bodies of water are located at the given latitude and longitude. So, for instance, the very first box is 150º W longitude and 75º N latitude. If you were to go to those coordinates on the Earth, you would be in the Arctic Ocean. If you then started moving directly south, 15º of latitude at a time but staying at the same longitude (moving one box down on the grid), you would hit the US at 60º N, then the Pacific Ocean at each of the stops (boxes) from 45º N, 30º N, 15º N, all the way down to 60º S, and then at 75º S you would be in the Southern Ocean. Does that help any?
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level 40
Mar 30, 2018
I know with age I am going a bit simple, but could not fathom what this was until I pressed 'give up"
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level 57
Apr 12, 2018
37/38 missed M'Clure Strait
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level 42
Aug 30, 2018
I would suggest that anybody who claims they got McClure Strait on their first try is lying.
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level 47
Aug 26, 2018
Lol I didn't realise we had to do oceans
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level 66
Aug 30, 2018
The hint does say to start by naming the oceans....
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level 74
Aug 30, 2018
Very low resolution map of the world quiz. Interesting idea.
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level 52
Nov 28, 2018
I still don't understand.
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