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Countries Bordering Two or More Oceans

Name the countries that border two or more oceans, according to Wikipedia.
All dependencies are excluded - for example, Greenland
Seas are part of oceans. The Mediterranean Sea is part of the Atlantic, etc...
Island countries such as Indonesia are not included
Last updated: March 08, 2013
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Ocean #1
Ocean #2
Ocean #3
Answer
Atlantic
Indian
 
Egypt
Atlantic
Indian
 
South Africa
Indian
Pacific
 
Malaysia
Indian
Pacific
 
Thailand
Indian
Atlantic
 
Israel
Arctic
Atlantic
 
Norway
Arctic
Atlantic
Pacific
Russia
Arctic
Atlantic
Pacific
Canada
Atlantic
Pacific
 
Costa Rica
Atlantic
Pacific
 
Guatemala
Ocean #1
Ocean #2
Ocean #3
Answer
Atlantic
Pacific
 
Honduras
Atlantic
Pacific
 
Mexico
Atlantic
Pacific
 
Nicaragua
Atlantic
Pacific
 
Panama
Atlantic
Pacific
Arctic
United States
Atlantic
Pacific
Southern
Argentina
Atlantic
Pacific
 
Chile
Atlantic
Pacific
 
Colombia
Southern
Pacific
 
Australia
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level ∞
Mar 7, 2013
I had to delete the comments on this quiz because some people were being disrespectful to the quiz maker.

Before you make a comment, please research the boundaries of the oceans.

Here is a good place to start:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atlantic_Ocean

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level 14
Mar 8, 2013
Thank you for your support Quizmaster. It is really appreciated :)
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level 51
May 3, 2018
I actually love this quiz. Nice job making it!!
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level 37
May 4, 2018
Great quiz
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level 49
Sep 16, 2018
Can you please change the quiz so that is says Australia borders the Indian Ocean? The entire west coast borders the Indian Ocean
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level 66
Dec 18, 2018
I didn't look at the hints, just typed the answers off the top of my head so I didn't even notice that until I read your comment. That's a noticeable omission as Australia defines the eastern border of the Indian Ocean.
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level 75
Apr 7, 2013
My well researched answers are always deleted. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mediterranean_sea
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level 66
Dec 17, 2018
Anything well researched wouldn't cite Wikipedia, but maybe an actual source you discovered through Wikipedia.
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level 52
Aug 8, 2013
Great quiz idea, maybe just needs a little refining. Maybe in the instructions restrict answers to the continental landmass (to exclude islands and offshore territories).
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level 39
Sep 8, 2015
I suppose we can guess who was disrespectful.
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level 52
Oct 31, 2016
That was a pretty respectful answer...
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level 65
Mar 27, 2014
Sorry if people were disrespectful to the maker of this quiz, but the quiz stretches the reasonable definition of an ocean well beyond what anyone understands. I think you'd be treated quite disrepectfully if you tried to tell Greek or Sicilian people that they are in the Atlantic ocean. I don't think this quiz should remain as is.
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level ∞
Mar 27, 2014
So, then by your definition, France isn't on the ocean since it's on the Mediterranean Sea, English Channel, Bay of Biscay, etc...
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level 65
Oct 15, 2014
No, France is on the Atlantic Ocean, because the Bay of Biscay is clearly part of the Atlantic Ocean. The Mediterranean is an almost closed sea.
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level 43
Aug 27, 2015
If the Medditeranean Sea is not in the Atlantic Ocean, then what Ocean is it part of then?
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level 59
Sep 6, 2015
His point is that some seas are not part of oceans, which is a reasonable position. However, if the quiz starts with the premise that the seas are part of oceans, which is also a reasonable position, there is nothing to argue about. Even if you disagree, assume the premise is true, then do the quiz. However, the Caspian Sea is definitely not in an ocean.
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level 38
Sep 14, 2015
Except that the natural body of water of the Straight of Gibraltar is the only natural outlet of the Mediterranean, and currents flow through here, linking the two. The same goes for the Baltic at the Oresund, and the White Sea up in the Arctic Ocean. Also then technically neither is Hudson Bay, because it would have too many narrow straits. The fact of the matter is that Greece and Sicily border the Atlantic Ocean. If they want to change move to another country.
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level 49
Oct 20, 2015
I would argue that the mediterranean, not being an ocean, is a part of the Atlantic. An even if not, you can clearly see that the quizmaker intended the mediterranean to be a part of the Atlantic. Seas are technically just smaller parts of oceans, and in this case quite clearly defined as such.
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level 31
Sep 22, 2016
I too was flummoxed (?) by the use of countries that border seas and not oceans. If mention of this (clarification) in the quiz heading stipulated that seas constitute (as they technically do) part of their ocean then this quiz would be much fairer and fun to do. I was hacked off to see answers including countries that only border one ocean and the Med !!!! :-(
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level 52
Oct 31, 2016
That is already in the instructions.
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level 59
Jan 21, 2019
Well, this is a trivia quiz website and there ways to disagree without being disrespectful. If you don't agree with the methodology, that's what the rating system is for.
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level 64
Aug 10, 2014
I was a little lost for all of 10 seconds, then glanced briefly at the very clear instructions and aced it. Great quiz!!
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level 14
Aug 17, 2014
Thanks and well done!
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level 70
Aug 14, 2016
It doesn't matter WHAT your arguments are – whether your logic is impeccable, your reasoning flawless, your rhetoric compelling. It doesn't even matter if you're completely correct; *none* of it gives you the right to be so disrespectful to the quiz maker that the freakin' site administrator has to delete your comments. I mean come on – we have some lively discussions around here, so if JetPunk had to actually REMOVE comments, I can only guess how ad hominem, rude, and horrible they must have been. Please don't be assholes, fellow quizzers; we're all here to learn! And thank you so much Akasnah, for a well-thought-out and challenging quiz. I (like the vast majority of people, I'm sure) really enjoyed it! 😚
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level 37
Mar 8, 2013
I enjoyed it! Made me think.
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level 14
Mar 9, 2013
Thanks :)
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level 32
Mar 9, 2013
While I do find the concept of including seas as a part of the definition of an ocean objectionable, there are a couple of suggestions I would make to better this quiz. First is that the arrangement is a little too erratic. It's hard to keep track of what you've already gotten. Maybe alphabetical order might help? Or ordering via the oceans? Second is that there are a few glaring omissions. Iceland is in both the Atlantic and Arctic Oceans; Thailand, Indonesia, and Malaysia border the Indian and Pacific Oceans. New Zealand is in the Pacific and the Southern Oceans. And if we're really considering seas a part of oceans, then Finland borders the Atlantic and the Arctic.
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level 32
Mar 9, 2013
Sorry. I got Malaysia and Thailand. Not sure why I needed to include them.
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level 67
Jun 5, 2013
Finland doesn't border the Arctic I'm afraid..
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level 46
Oct 27, 2013
Not anymore. It did before WW2.
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level 66
Dec 18, 2018
You had it right until the end.
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level 40
May 26, 2013
The west coast of Australia is on the indian ocean.
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level 83
Jun 1, 2013
I'm not sure that the answers involving the Southern Ocean are correct. The Southern Ocean is defined as anything south of 60°S. Neither Argentina nor Australia don't extend that far south (unless you want to count their Antarctic claims, but then you would have to throw New Zealand, France, Norway and the UK into the mix).
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level 53
Jul 10, 2013
Norway is already in there.
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level 66
Jan 20, 2019
Nope, not for the Southern Ocean.
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level 52
Aug 8, 2013
Macquarie Island (Australia) is firmly in the Southern Ocean, and not part of our Antarctic claim.
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level 58
Apr 11, 2019
The caveat says including dependencies, but we can assume territories such as Australia's small island possessions do not count, since that would have to mean including the UK since they have islands everywhere.
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level 48
Aug 1, 2013
Wow that was confusing. The sea issue definitely complicated it!
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level 21
Sep 18, 2013
"Does not include Island countries" still has Australia
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level 65
Jan 20, 2016
Which is a continent.
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level 46
Jun 8, 2016
And let the debate begin...
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level 70
Aug 14, 2016
You can both be right on the issue of whether Australia is a continent, a country, both, or whatever: the salient point here is that Australia has no land borders WITH OTHER COUNTRIES. It's all in the instructions.
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level 68
Sep 29, 2013
It is only Australians who think the Southern Ocean washes the south coast. The International Hydrographic Organisation ratified "Limits of Oceans and Seas" says it finishes at 60°S. By the same authority Argentina does not border the Pacific. The border between the Pacific and the Atlantic is 67°16'W which borders the Chilean coast at Navarino Island
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level 24
Oct 28, 2013
So no UK or Ireland? They are touching both the Atlantic and Artic, as is Sweden, although the North Sea may interfere with Sweden.
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level 56
Mar 24, 2017
The UK and Ireland do not border the Arctic Ocean. And Sweden has the small matter of being Finland and Norway separating it from the Arctic Ocean - the North Sea is part of the Atlantic Ocean.
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level 66
Dec 17, 2018
Maps are free online before you comment.
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level 42
Nov 2, 2013
good one, only problem is australia is a island, a continent and a nation so australia needs fixing. Good job
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level 25
Dec 27, 2017
its not and never will be a continent
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level 25
Dec 27, 2017
Its too big to be an island but too small to be a continent, and its a nation. Everything checks out
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level 34
Dec 9, 2013
Maybe I'm confused. What part of Israel is on the Indian Ocean?
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level 43
Jan 25, 2014
There is a really tiny stretch in Southern Israel that borders Jordan and the Sinai part of Egypt. It's on the Gulf of Aquaba, which is part of the Red Sea
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level 67
Aug 26, 2016
Yeah that got me as well. I had to go check.
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level 75
Dec 14, 2013
Well I thought this was a good quiz.
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level 14
Mar 13, 2014
Thank you :)
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level 31
Apr 27, 2014
Dang, I always forget Nicaragua and Honduras!
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level 75
May 1, 2014
Difficult!
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level 65
May 17, 2014
Atlantic and Indian bordering Israel... Come on dude.. Agreed with Mediterranean and Red Sea but not on the oceans..
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level 75
May 17, 2014
Pleased I only missed the hard one everyone's complaining about. No complaints, quizmaster, I get the point of the quiz.
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level 55
May 26, 2014
Nice Quiz! But I think you should add Indonesia. If Malaysia and Thailand are there then there should be Indonesia. :)
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level 48
Jun 1, 2016
Not according to the directions
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level 29
Jun 2, 2014
Indonesia should be certainly added!!! Iceland, too. And maybe Denmark, because of their territory - Greenland.
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level 46
Jun 10, 2014
These comments make me lose faith in humanity: IT'S A QUIZ, PEOPLE!
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level 14
Jun 11, 2014
Hahaha so true! :)
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level 24
Jun 26, 2014
Why isn't indonesia included?Perth borders the indian ocean.
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level 48
Feb 23, 2017
perth is australia....
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level 65
Jul 1, 2014
You guys are so whiny god its a 5 minute quiz get over it.
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level 23
Jul 24, 2014
what about singapore, it's on the south tip of malaysia
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level 66
Sep 12, 2014
Any way to shade in the boxes for "Ocean #3" on those countries without a third ocean? My OCD doesn't like empty white boxes on a quiz where there is no answer to enter there. :D Good quiz, though. I enjoyed it.
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level 20
Oct 4, 2014
Great Quiz!
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level 59
Oct 21, 2014
Not sure if this has been mentioned; is the Med Sea classed as part of the Atlantic? Likewise the Red Sea as part of the Indian? My geography lessons were a long time ago, so I wouldn't like to say (just making excuses for my poor score, I suppose!)
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level 56
Sep 6, 2017
Seas are considered to be arms of different oceans. That's how they are defined by the international organization, the International Hydrographic Organization. All governments and international organizations follow those definitions, which are also used on sites like Wikipedia.
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level 18
Dec 17, 2014
I don't like how both Argentina and Chile border both the Pacific and Atlantic oceans. Where do the oceans start and end down there, because that is impossible unless they both occupy the same space.
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level 34
Jun 2, 2015
You contradict yourself when you say "Island countries such as Indonesia are not included," because you then go on to include Australia as an acceptable answer.
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level 55
Aug 4, 2015
Australia is not usually considered to be an island nation. I know it is considered to be an island to some, but I don't think it is usually thought of as one.
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level 21
Aug 20, 2016
I'm from Australia and I have never heard of anybody here who hasn't called it an island. We're the largest island in the world.
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level 71
May 12, 2017
I'm from Greenland and *we're* the largest island. You disqualified yourself by becoming a continent
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level 66
Jul 5, 2015
Israel? Never would have guessed that in a million years. Seems like a serious stretch, but I guess technically it's right.
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level 55
Aug 4, 2015
Yeah. I never would have guessed. I just now looked it up to check. I love learning new things! :)
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level 55
Aug 4, 2015
Awesome quiz. Love how it stretches the mind to figure it out. I can't believe I forgot all of Central America! *facepalm*
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level 82
Aug 22, 2015
Would there be any chance the boxes of Ocean #3 that are not used could be shaded or ------- put in? I spent ages trying to fill in the oceans first! 😂
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level 36
Sep 17, 2015
Why isn't Indonesia included?
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level 35
Nov 28, 2015
I forgot Canada!
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level 65
Jan 19, 2016
What ?? Israel, Egypt and Thailand ? I guess there's some matters of improvement here. Israel only bordes the mediterranean sea, which is not an ocean, an in no case it has any connection with the Atlantic or the Indian one. Please remove Egypt is in the same situation, it has borders with mediterranean and red seas, that are not oceans. Please remove And finally, Thailand has borders with the indian ocean, but has nothing to do with the pacific one. Please remove as well. Thanks
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level 78
Jan 19, 2016
Read all previous comments then you will understand.
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level 31
Jan 19, 2016
u could say SEAS AND OCEANS as egypt for example dont border any ocean but 2 seas
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level 60
Jan 21, 2016
I only missed Thailand
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level 56
Jan 28, 2016
Definitely missing Indonesia and, from the Wikipedia link above, probably East Timor and Singapore as well.
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level 61
Mar 1, 2016
Perhaps, but the instructions clearly limit countries to non-island nations.
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level 43
Mar 15, 2016
Doesn't it say on the instructions no island countries and isnt australia an island?
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level 66
Jun 8, 2016
The west coast of Western Australia is on the Indian Ocean
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level 67
Jun 8, 2016
Great quiz. Australia borders the Indian Ocean as well as the Southern & Pacific
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level 67
Jun 8, 2016
I agree, if you give Australia as bordering the Southern & Pacific it must also border the Indian as the long west coast of Australia borders the Indian Ocean.
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level 55
Jul 19, 2016
When you think about it, isn't it mathematically impossible for both Chile and Argentina to border both the Pacific and the Arctic? Or are there some islands that are considered as well?
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level 66
Dec 18, 2018
What's the written equation look like?
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level 67
Jul 25, 2016
The question is "Why are island countries not included"?
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level 70
Aug 14, 2016
I assume because island countries generally do not have any land borders with other countries, which is the whole point of this quiz. However, I do think that it's a mistake making Indonesia the example of a non-included island nation, since Indonesia DOES have land borders with other countries (Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, and East Timor), although they are so small that they would certainly not bump Indonesia up onto this list. I'm guessing any other island nations that have land borders with other countries (Haiti and the Dominican Republic come to mind) would also be in no danger of making this list.
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level 56
Sep 6, 2017
What does maths have to do with it?
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level 58
Apr 11, 2019
How is having land borders with other countries "the whole point of this quiz"? The question is which countries border multiple oceans, and I don't see why that shouldn't apply to island countries. Based on what I've read of the comments I'm pretty sure the only reason the quizmaker disqualified islands is because they were creating too much controversy in the comment section, which I dont understand because this quiz is really much more straightforward than people are making it out to be
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level 56
Jul 25, 2016
I missed Israel. A bit embarrassing since I lived there for 4 years.
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level 31
Sep 11, 2016
Australia also borders the Indian Ocean, Chile & New Zealand the Southern Ocean, Indonesia the Indian Ocean, and Greenland the Arctic & Atlantic Oceans
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level 50
Jan 22, 2019
Yes, Australia borders the Indian Ocean. No, Chile and New Zealand do not border the Southern Ocean. Island nations are excluded. Greenland is a dependency of Denmark, which is excluded.
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level 64
Nov 1, 2016
why there isn't indonesia?(pacific and indian)
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level 39
Dec 12, 2016
Full, 0:56 remaining
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level 45
Jan 1, 2017
How come it says island nations are excluded (Indonesia is the example given) but then it counts Australia? Surely Australia is an island nation?
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level 65
Feb 27, 2017
nope. Australia is a continent
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level 46
Jan 27, 2019
It is, by the definition of an island definitely an island. But is generally not considered one because it is also a continent.

(Reminds me of somerhing, not exact comparison though. But I can imagine a little kid saying about a person, no she isnt a daughter or a sister, but she is my mother. (In kid language, like laughing like you are very silly to suggest she is a daughter, "no that's mommy") It takes such precedence in his mind, that he cant imagine her being something else too, she is his mother and that's that.)

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level 44
Jan 27, 2017
I managed to get all of them other than one. How did I miss Colombia?!
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level 64
Feb 3, 2017
Indonesia?my geography teacher said
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level 65
Feb 27, 2017
read description. for some reason the author excluded island nations; Indonesia is the given example of such coutry
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level 69
Feb 15, 2017
So 1) I think this is one of the best ideas for a quiz out there, and I absolutely support including seas within the definition of oceans. 2) I don't understand WHY you exclude island countries per the instructions.

It's not as if there are a ton of them, Indonesia of course, and maybe Singapore and New Zealand, depending on your border definitions. It just seems like to me, Indonesia is the epitome of a country bordering/dividing two oceans, so why would you exclude it based on an arbitrary caveat?
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level 65
Feb 27, 2017
I agree totally. Great quiz. Don't understand exclusion of Indonesia and possible other "island countries" (Iceland, New Zealand?). Denmark/Greenland is understandable though.
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level 67
Feb 23, 2017
After reading all comments and studying the maps and diagrams quoted above, I still can't understand why islands such as Indonesia are not counted. The question is Countries Bordering Two or more Oceans, Why does an Island cease to be a country. And why is the quiz not Titled "Countries with borders to other countries and also bordering two or more oceans"
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level 38
Feb 24, 2017
I don't get it: Nicaragua and Honduras but not El Salvador?
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level 65
Feb 27, 2017
Look at the map. Both Nicaragua and Honduras have two coasts: east and west; Atlantic and Pacific; El Salvador has only one coast and it's only the Pacific Ocean that borders this country.
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level 26
Mar 17, 2017
I feel so dumb. I forgot Mexico!
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level 16
Apr 4, 2017
where is indonesia?
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level 62
Sep 6, 2017
North of Australia.
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level 30
Apr 25, 2017
Many mistakes on this quiz. It should be reviewed.
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level 71
May 12, 2017
All you moaners, shut up - the rules are clearly stated and it's an interesting quiz. Most questions raised have been asked and defended several times before so what's the point of regurgitating them? One point I would like to make though, and surprised no-one else has made it, why isn't Indonesia on there?
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level 68
May 14, 2017
Great quiz. For all the people complaining about different points of the quiz, if you don't like it the create a quiz yourself and put in whatever rules that you want. In regard to Australia it is considered a continental land mass. I believe that Indonesia was not included in this quiz is that no part of that country touches the continental land mass of Asia. Maybe the instructions should include countries that are connected to a continental land mass.
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level 48
May 19, 2017
France borders the Atlantic and the Indian Ocean. Where is France?
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level 48
May 19, 2017
Both Mayotte and Reunion which are departments of France and are not dependencies are both in the Indian Ocean.
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level 57
Aug 28, 2017
I got 17 (I forgot about Norway) and I didn't know Israel borders two oceans
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level 66
Sep 6, 2017
the ocean off the Western Australian coast is the Indian ocean
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level 31
Sep 6, 2017
Hi Quizmaster, if Malaysia is included, Indonesia should be included as well. Sumatra is obviously bordering the Indian Ocean on the west and it's New Guinea province borders the Pacific Ocean on the east.
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level 31
Sep 6, 2017
Sheesh....nice quiz but why can't people just enjoy instead of whining ????
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level 67
Sep 25, 2017
The only thing I'd like to see changed with this quiz is have the empty spaces in the Ocean #3 column be blacked out or something. It would look a little cleaner that way.
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level 62
Oct 28, 2017
This is one of those frustrating quizzes where I got all the answers right but the instructions are a mess. You cannot exclude island nations and include Australia - one or the other. Australia is clearly an island, the continent it belongs to is Oceania/Australasia, which includes other islands nations as well - it is NOT by itself a continent. Secondly the point has already been made that the French overseas Regions are INTEGRAL PARTS of France just as Alaska is of the USA - so if the USA borders the Arctic via Alaska then France borders the Indian Ocean via Mayotte and Réunion. Thirdly it is physically impossible for both Chile and Argentina to border both the Atlantic and Pacific - Chile does and borders the Southern as well, while Argentina qualifies as bordering the Southern and Atlantic Oceans. Lastly just as ALL landmasses - including islands - are allocated to one or other of the 7 continents, then all bodies of water - seas, gulfs, bays - are part of one of the 5 oceans.
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level 52
Nov 27, 2017
So what is an island country? Australia has islands. So does Canada - heck, they have at least 30,000. Chile has islands and so does South Africa. All are on this quiz. Yet New Zealand is missing. The criteria isn't that it borders the mainland; otherwise Australia wouldn't fit the bill. What's the method?
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level 57
Apr 12, 2018
You don't know what Island country means, do you?
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level 57
Apr 12, 2018
It means, that a country is completely lying on Islands, and Indonesia does, but all the other ones you listed don't, so they're included in the quiz. And Australia is a continent in this quiz
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level 39
Dec 18, 2017
You're wrong! If Israel counts as bordering the Indian and Atlantic Ocean, then Egypt should by the exact same logic!
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level 50
May 4, 2018
From what I understand, the Mediterranean Sea is not tidal. I think that's a pretty big missing characteristic of an ocean/part of an ocean.
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level 24
May 4, 2018
Oh come ON. The Med is not in the Atlantic, the Red sea is not in the Indian Ocean. There is no argument you could make to convince me otherwise.
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level 26
May 4, 2018
I've read through these comments and can't see an explanation of why the quiz maker thinks Australia doesn't border the Indian Ocean
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level 50
May 4, 2018
Kosovo is Iceland.
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level 58
May 4, 2018
this quiz makes no sense. All countries on the Mediterranean could then be considered on the Atlantic.
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level 61
Oct 19, 2018
Yes. You took the text right out of my mouth...
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level 15
May 4, 2018
No European would ever consider the Mediteranean as part of the Atlantic. It has already been stated, but I just want to say it again, no Italian, Greek, you name it... would ever claim that they live on the Atlantic. So, if you want a quiz to be fun and doable, you need to include this.
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level 50
Jan 19, 2019
What is the Mediterranean then? It is either a sea which is part of an ocean, or else it is a big lake. So you're saying it's just a big lake? I think that would trigger Europeans just as equally.
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level 36
May 12, 2018
maybe indian ocean for australia
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level 44
Aug 24, 2018
France and Indonesia are missing.
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level 49
Sep 16, 2018
The west coast of Australia borders the Indian Ocean. Please fix this for the Ocean #1, #2 and #3. Other than that, great quiz!
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level 51
Oct 9, 2018
Doesn't Indonesia border both the Indian and Pacific Oceans?
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level 40
Oct 9, 2018
Yes
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level 40
Oct 9, 2018
Australia borders the Indian Ocean too
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level 53
Oct 12, 2018
Australia borders the Indian Ocean too according to Wikipedia, which you've said is your source :)
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level 46
Nov 10, 2018
Doesn't Chile also border the Southern Ocean? I mean, It reaches far more southward than Argentina, which is listed here as bordering the ocean.
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level 9
Nov 16, 2018
France is missing - Reunion and Mayotte are integral departments of France and are in the Indian Ocean.
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level 54
Dec 2, 2018
Nice quiz. I hate how people are always whining in the comments of this and can't handle not getting them all correct and just blame the quiz maker instead of just sucking it up or simply redoing the quiz. The notes are there so why are people ignoring them?
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level 66
Jan 20, 2019
Anyone else just find this easy without anything to yeahbut about?
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level 39
Jan 20, 2019
I loved this quiz! The instructions are clear, and it made me really think about the geography in a different way (which is why I come to JetPunk in the first place) More like this, please!
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level 50
Jan 22, 2019
If you are going to use Wikipedia as a source, make it consistent. Argentina does not border all 3 oceans. It only borders the Atlantic. The boundary of the the Southern Ocean is 60" S and the boundary between the Pacific and Atlantic is at 67"16' W south of the Tierra del Fuego, neither of which Argentina touches. And Australia does not border the Southern Ocean, because again it does not go south of 60" S but it does border the Indian Ocean on its western coast.
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level 33
Apr 2, 2019
what abouth indonesia? Pretty sure its on the indian ocean and the pacific
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