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29 Winning Questions From the National Geographic Bee

Mom.me Logo By Madeline Holler of Mom.me | Slide 1 of 29: Since 1989, students in the U.S. have competed for the top title in National Geographic's National Geographic Bee Championship. This year, 54 fourth- through eight-graders, ages 10 to 14—including eight returning national-level competitors—will compete for the top prize and $85,000 in scholarships. Could you make it to the finals? How would you do on the final questions from every tournament?The winning question from the inaugural competition was:Name the flat intermontane area (a wide valley between mountain ranges) located at an elevation of about 10,000 feet (3,050 m) in the central Andes.

1989: Altiplano

Since 1989, students in the U.S. have competed for the top title in National Geographic's National Geographic Bee Championship. This year, 54 fourth- through eight-graders, ages 10 to 14—including eight returning national-level competitors—will compete for the top prize and $85,000 in scholarships. Could you make it to the finals? How would you do on the final questions from every tournament?

The winning question from the inaugural competition was:

Name the flat intermontane area (a wide valley between mountain ranges) located at an elevation of about 10,000 feet (3,050 m) in the central Andes.

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