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Which Oceanian Country?

Pick between countries of Oceania for each statement that describes the country.
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Last updated: September 18, 2019
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1. What country's flag consists of a yellow circle and a light blue background?
Palau
Nauru
Marshall Islands
Solomon Islands
2. What is the second least populated country in the world?
Nauru
Fed. States of Micronesia
Samoa
Tuvalu
About 10,000 people live in Tuvalu
3. What country has over 800 indigenous languages, more than any other?
Australia
Papua New Guinea
Fiji
Solomon Islands
4. Tupou VI is the current monarch of which country?
Tuvalu
Tonga
Samoa
Kiribati
5. Which country is derived from the Latin word for Southern Land?
Tuvalu
Samoa
Australia
Nauru
6. Where is the city of Palikir located?
Palau
Vanuatu
Fed. States of Micronesia
Marshall Islands
7. What country was site of the bloody WWII battle of Guandalcanal?
Solomon Islands
Palau
Marshall Islands
Fed. States of Micronesia
8. Where are the Southern Alps located?
Papua New Guinea
Fiji
Australia
New Zealand
9. What is the only country in the world without an official capital city?
Palau
Samoa
Marshall Islands
Nauru
Even though not having any official capital city, the government offices are located in the district of Yaren serving as the de facto capital
10. What country was jointly administered by the United Kingdom and France?
Australia
Papua New Guinea
Vanuatu
Marshall Islands
11. In what country is about 28 percent of the population Hindu?
Fed. States of Micronesia
Kiribati
Palau
Fiji
12. What country was never colonized by the Europeans?
Tonga
Vanuatu
Kiribati
Palau
The major European influence that is seen in different aspects of Tongan society and politics are all thanks to the European missionaries
13. What country straddles both the equator and the 180th meridian?
Tuvalu
Tonga
Samoa
Kiribati
14. Which country gained independence in 1962 from New Zealand?
Solomon Islands
Samoa
Nauru
Kiribati
15. What country once used to be among the richest countries in the world, thanks to its phosphate mining?
Marshall Islands
Tuvalu
Kiribati
Nauru
They failed to build an economy independent from the phosphate mining after it ended
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