World: Rivers - Map Quiz Game
World: Rivers - Geography games

World: Rivers - Map Quiz Game

World: Rivers: Mackenzie River, Missouri River, the Amazon, the Amur (Heilong Jiang ), the Congo, the Danube, the Euphrates, the Ganges, the Lena, the Mekong, the Mississippi River, the Murray River, the Niger, the Nile, the Ob, the Paraná River, the Tigris, the Volga, the Yangtze (Chang Jiang), the Yellow River (Huang He), the Yukon River. (21)  Create custom quiz

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World: Rivers

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There are many rivers in the world, but none quite as impressive as the Amazon. Not only is it the world’s longest river, it has the largest drainage area and the fastest discharge rate. Even the Congo has an 80% slower discharge rate the Amazon, it still has the highest such rate in the world. In terms of length, the Nile is not far behind the Amazon, flowing through 11 modern African countries before it empties into the Mediterranean.

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World: Rivers - Map Quiz Game

Seterra for Android, iPhone and iPad is here! Click the banners to go to Google Play or the Apple App Store and get it! The Seterra app offers high score lists to keep track of your progress and offline play!

Seterra is a challenging educational geography game that will help you memorize countries, provinces, cities, rivers, mountains and much more all around the world. This is the online version, which is written in HTML5. It runs under the latest version of most web browsers, e.g Safari, Firefox and Google Chrome, as well as Internet Explorer 9 or later. It will work under Windows, MacOS X and Linux, as well as with mobile devices such as iPhone, iPad or Android.

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