Antarctica Geography

Below are questions relating to the geography of the continent Antarctica. Try to answer as many as you can in the time provided.
There is debate as to whether any rivers flow year-round in Antarctica. The longest river means the longest body of water that flows for a substantial period of time.
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Last updated: February 16, 2018
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Most of Antarctica falls south of wha major line of latitude?
Antarctic Circle
Who claims to be the first person who discovered and landed on Antarctica?
John Davis
What is the highest mountain in Antarctica?
Vinson Massif
What is the largest ice shelf in Antarctica?
Ross Ice Shelf
What is the second largest ice shelf?
Filchner-Ronne Ice Shelf
What is the highest volcano in Antarctica?
Mount Sidley
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What is the southernmost active volcano on Earth?
Mount Erebus
What country claims the largest area of Antarctica as their territory?
Australia
What are the two largest seas touching Antarctica?
Weddell Sea
Ross Sea
The largest iceberg ever recorded is was about the size of what US state?
Delaware
What is Antarctica's largest lake?
Lake Vostok
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What is Antarctica's longest river?
Onyx River
What is the largest unclaimed territory on Earth?
Marie Byrd Land
Where is the lowest point in Antarctica?
Bentley Subglacial Trench
What is the largest glacier in Antarctica?
Lambert Glacier
What is the passage separating the southernmost parts of South America and the northernmost parts of Antarctica?
Drake Passage
What is the largest mountain range in Antarctica?
Transantarctic Mountains
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Level 23
May 28, 2018
You missed a “t” at the end of what in the first clue. I tried, but I instantly gave up.