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Row 1, Col 1 Who first climbed Mt. Everest? Edmund Hillary and Tensing Norgay
1,2 What feature makes up most of southern India? Deccan Plateau
1,3 What are South Asia’s three seasons? Cool, hot and rainy
1,4 What is a large landmass that is part of a continent, but is geographically separate from it? Subcontinent
2,1 What mountains border the Deccan Plateau? The Eastern and Western Ghats
2,2 What are Southeast Asia’s two climates? Hot and rainy
2,3 What are the tallest mountains in the world? Himalaya Mountains
2,4 What is the mountainous island off the southeastern coast of India? Sri lanka
3,1 What is a seasonal rain that blows over the northern part of the Indian Ocean? monsoon
3,2 What lies between the Himilayas and southern India? Northern Plains
3,3 What country, off the western coast of southern India, is made up of low, flat coral islands? The Maldives
3,4 In South Asia, when do the monsoon rains occur? June through October
4,1 What river flows through Bangladesh and empties into the Bay of Bengal? Ganges River
4,2 What are the two main peninsulas in Southeast Asia? Malay and Indochinese Peninsulas
4,3 When does the monsoon occur in Southeast Asia? April through September
4,4 What is a triangular deposit of soil at the mouth of a river? delta
5,1 What is the major river in Mainland Southeast Asia? Mekong River
5,2 What is the world’s most destructive volcano? Krakatoa
5,3 What are the minerals and debris that settle at the bottom of a river? sediment
5,4 What is a group of islands? Archipelago
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