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Okay, I think this is quite self-explanatory...

All you do is ask a geography question and the next person to post answers it. When someone has a right answer, the next person to post can post a question.

I will start.

Which river is farther north?

The Syr Darya or the Amu Darya?
 

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Are Lessepian Migrants fisherpeoples?? Found in the Levant Region of the Middle East/Black Sea??


And yes, I know you can search it up on the internet, but in the end, you still learn something, ey?? [Unless you already knew it...]
 

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What are Lessepian Migrants, and where would you find them?
That's a really hard one...I believe it is animal migration over man-made structures...something that would not happen if not for the artificial structure.

It could be seen by Animal usage of the Suez canal...

...yes...I looked it up on wikipedia...



Another question: What is the southernmost human settlement in the world?
 

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... I think questions should be a little more cryptic or obscure
Well it depends on what you really want to achieve, to have incredibly obscure questions that not many might know, or to make it a general trivia game for people to learn, random trivia.

What are Lessepian Migrants, and where would you find them?
Anyway, Lessepian Migrants are marine lifeforms that have migrated from the Red Sea to the Mediterranean through the Suez Canal
 

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Well it depends on what you really want to achieve, to have incredibly obscure questions that not many might know, or to make it a general trivia game for people to learn, random trivia.
What I meant is its fucking pointless when anyone can easily go to google or wiki to get the answer to a question... We should post questions which are a little less easy to get the answers for.

You were right, by the way. Rotten's definition off wikipedia isn't correct as far as I'm aware. Lessepian migrants are specifically marine species indigenous to the Red Sea which have colonised the eastern Mediterranean via the Suez Canal. Its one-way traffic too, oddly... The Red Sea must be a more competitive ecosystem than the Eastern Med.
 

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You were right, by the way. Rotten's definition off wikipedia isn't correct as far as I'm aware. Lessepian migrants are specifically marine species indigenous to the Red Sea which have colonised the eastern Mediterranean via the Suez Canal. Its one-way traffic too, oddly... The Red Sea must be a more competitive ecosystem than the Eastern Med.
LOL, well it is wikipedia after all.
 

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What I meant is its fucking pointless when anyone can easily go to google or wiki to get the answer to a question... We should post questions which are a little less easy to get the answers for.

You were right, by the way. Rotten's definition off wikipedia isn't correct as far as I'm aware. Lessepian migrants are specifically marine species indigenous to the Red Sea which have colonised the eastern Mediterranean via the Suez Canal. Its one-way traffic too, oddly... The Red Sea must be a more competitive ecosystem than the Eastern Med.

Please, just delete this thread!!!! It is too much trouble.

I can't stand the pressure. Yeeeesh!


:D

j/k
 
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