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Q: Which health care model does India have?

  • 0%
    Bismarck model
  • 0%
    Beveridge Model
  • 45.5%
    The National Health Insure Model
  • 54.5%
    Out-of-Pocket Model

Read more in Module 5

Q: Which health care model’s main characteristic is one in which those that provide healthcare services operate independently of the government, the only payer in the system is a national insurance program that every citizen of the country pays into?

  • 0%
    Bismarck model
  • 0%
    Beveridge Model
  • 0%
    The National Health Insure Model
  • 100%
    Out-of-Pocket Model

Read more in Module 5

Q: Which health care model is described by the hospitals and health care providers being all private entities and so are the health insurance providers?

  • 9.5%
    Bismarck model
  • 0%
    Beveridge Model
  • 61.9%
    The National Health Insure Model
  • 28.6%
    Out-of-Pocket Model

Read more in Module 5

Q: According to a study, ______% of those who called themselves “doctors” in India do not have a medical degree.

  • 0%
    21%
  • 21.9%
    31%
  • 53.1%
    41%
  • 25%
    51%

Read more in Module 4

Q: Which of the following are ways poverty can have a negative impact on health?

  • 5.9%
    Poor quality food
  • 5.9%
    Difficulty accessing water
  • 0%
    Poor air quality
  • 88.2%
    All of the above

Read more in Module 4

Q: Only one in _____ citizens of Indian has a form of health insurance.

  • 0%
    Five
  • 0%
    Six
  • 33.3%
    Eight
  • 66.7%
    Ten

Read more in Module 4

Q: In India, some _____% of all spending on health care is now private, excluding many people from accessing it.

  • 0%
    50%
  • 40%
    65%
  • 20%
    80%
  • 40%
    95%

Read more in Module 4

Q: Globally, how many deaths are attributed to physical inactivity?

  • 14.3%
    Five Percent
  • 57.1%
    Six Percent
  • 10.7%
    Ten Percent
  • 17.9%
    Twenty Percent

Read more in Module 3

Q: In 2010 what was the estimated number of overweight children under the age of five on a global scale?

  • 0%
    20 million
  • 0%
    38 million
  • 0%
    40 million
  • 0%
    42 million

Read more in Module 3

Q: According to the World Health Organizations: "Unhealthy diets and ___________________are key risk factors for the major noncommunicable diseases such as cardiovascular (heart) diseases, cancer, and diabetes."

  • 66.7%
    Physical inactivity
  • 0%
    Substance abuse
  • 0%
    Smoking
  • 33.3%
    All of the above

Read more in Module 3

Q: Which of the following are reasons how population restricts access to health care?

  • 33.3%
    The rapid growth in population is stressing health care resources.
  • 11.1%
    Population is growing fastest and health care tends to be even less available in developing nations.
  • 0%
    There are more older people, who typically have a greater need for health care.
  • 55.6%
    All of the above

Read more in Module 2

Q: What is the most populous country in the world?

  • 44.4%
    China
  • 22.2%
    India
  • 22.2%
    Japan
  • 11.1%
    Korea

Read more in Module 2

Q: Since 1900 how much has the world’s population increased?

  • 0%
    225 percent
  • 0%
    305 percent
  • 100%
    422 percent
  • 0%
    550 percent

Read more in Module 2

Q: What percentage of the world's children live in malaria-endemic countries?

  • 0%
    10%
  • 0%
    30%
  • 66.7%
    40%
  • 33.3%
    75%

Read more in Module 1

Q: What mathematical concept was created in India?

  • 60%
    Zero
  • 0%
    Absolute value
  • 20%
    Square root
  • 20%
    Variable

Read more in Module 1

Q: India is considered to be the birth place for two of the world's great religions- Hinduism and ________?

  • 6.7%
    Christianity
  • 20%
    Muslim
  • 0%
    Lutheran
  • 73.3%
    Buddhism

Read more in Module 1

Q: Which of the following is NOT one of the four classes of carbon based molecules that make up all living cells and tissue?

  • 100%
    Nucleic atoms
  • 0%
    Proteins
  • 0%
    Carbohydrates
  • 0%
    Lipids

Read more in Module 4

Q: Who was the creator of the periodic table as we know it today?

  • 0%
    Antoine Lavoisier
  • 0%
    Aleksei Chichibabin
  • 0%
    Dmitri Chernov
  • 100%
    Dmitri Mendeleev

Read more in Module 3

Q: When athletes are exercising, what craving are extremely important to pay attention to?

  • 0%
    Sweet cravings
  • 100%
    Salt cravings
  • 0%
    Bitter cravings
  • 0%
    Sour cravings

Read more in Module 3

Q: Who was the Greek philosopher that first suggested that matter is composed of elemental particles?

  • 0%
    Empodocles
  • 0%
    Anaximander
  • 100%
    Aristotle
  • 0%
    Democritus

Read more in Module 2

Q: Hydrogen, oxygen, carbon and nitrogen are a few of the more recognizable elements. How many known elements are there?

  • 66.7%
    115
  • 22.2%
    250
  • 11.1%
    1,000
  • 0%
    3,555

Read more in Module 2

Q: Lakes that do not drain into the sea and do not shed their mineral salts, but collect them are called...

  • 0%
    Fresh water lakes
  • 75%
    Terminal lakes
  • 25%
    Meromictic lakes
  • 0%
    Periglacial lakes

Read more in Module 1

Q: The population of Bolivia is ethnically diverse, but what descent are the majority of Bolivians?

  • 0%
    Croatian
  • 25%
    Spanish
  • 0%
    European
  • 75%
    Aboriginal

Read more in Module 1

Q: How many degrees below the equator does the country of Bolivia sit?

  • 20%
    5
  • 66.7%
    10
  • 6.7%
    25
  • 6.7%
    45

Read more in Module 1

Q: The human population increased in the 20th century from 1.6 billion to 6.1 billion. While the population increased, world food production changed in what manner?

  • 50%
    Food production decreased by 15% per person
  • 0%
    It remained unchanged
  • 25%
    Food production increased by 17% per person
  • 25%
    Fast food solved world health issues

Read more in Module 7

Q: Almost 900 known species have been declared extinct over the last 500 years. Given that the majority of organisms on Earth have not been cataloged, scientists believe this number represents the tip of the iceberg. Considering the proportion of undocumented species, it is possible that in the last 100 years that up to how many extinction have occurred?

  • 40%
    1,800
  • 0%
    5,000
  • 40%
    50,000
  • 20%
    2 million

Read more in Module 8

Q: Human beings like all other organisms’ benefit from the diversity of life on earth. These benefits, called ecosystem services (see: ecosystem services), provide humans with the core necessities of life. Which of the following is not provided by ecosystem services?

  • 4.9%
    The capture of the suns energy
  • 70.7%
    The production of nitrogen fertilizer
  • 19.5%
    The regulation of climate
  • 4.9%
    The creation of oxygen

Read more in Module 9

Q: The energy that enables life is captured from the sun by algae, plants and bacteria through:

  • 0%
    Diversification
  • 60%
    Photosynthesis
  • 20%
    The sustainable use of ecosystem services
  • 20%
    Solar cells

Read more in Module 9

Q: The single biggest driver of loss of biodiversity is:

  • 29.5%
    Human population growth
  • 18.7%
    Pollution
  • 6.6%
    Carbon Monoxide (CO)
  • 45.2%
    Deforestation

Read more in Module 9

Q: The fifth and most recent mass extinction (Cretaceous-Tertiary) occurred 65 million years ago, and resulted in the extinction of the dinosaurs. It is thought to have been caused by?

  • 9.4%
    The collision of tectonic plates
  • 34.1%
    Volcanic activity
  • 42.4%
    A meteor
  • 14.1%
    An ice age

Read more in Module 8

Q: The first genetically modified food to end up on supermarket shelves was a brand of ?

  • 12%
    Soya Bean
  • 47.4%
    Tobacco
  • 12.5%
    Sugar beet
  • 28.1%
    Tomato

Read more in Module 7

Q: What organism is considered the most successful invasive species of all?

  • 33.9%
    The cockroach
  • 21%
    Witch grass
  • 9.7%
    The brown tree snake
  • 35.5%
    The human being

Read more in Module 6

Q: Which exotic species is damaging the flood plains of the Amazon?

  • 13.3%
    The brown tree snake
  • 44.4%
    The water buffalo
  • 4.4%
    The pigmy elephant
  • 37.8%
    The Asian carp

Read more in Module 6

Q: Which of the following statements are true?

  • 24%
    There is greater genetic variation in chicken populations than ever before.
  • 40%
    There are 20 breeds of chicken on the critically endangered species list.
  • 24%
    Through breeding programs the number of chicken breeds worldwide has increased in the past 20 years.
  • 12%
    Larger chickens have been bred by mating them with turkeys.

Read more in Module 7

Q: The Holocene extinction started about 10,000 years ago. This roughly corresponds to the human invention of?

  • 40%
    Agriculture
  • 30%
    Genetic engineering
  • 10%
    Manned space flight
  • 20%
    Algebra

Read more in Module 8

Q: Estimates are that 40% of all animal extinctions (for which the cause of extinction is known) since the 17th century have been caused by?

  • 5.7%
    Exotic Species
  • 22.6%
    Climate change
  • 20.8%
    Habitat transformation
  • 50.9%
    Pollution

Read more in Module 5

Q: Studies have demonstrated a link between the loss of biodiversity and increased rates of what disease?

  • 32.6%
    Lyme disease
  • 11.6%
    Pernicious anemia
  • 37.2%
    Obesity
  • 18.6%
    Diabetes

Read more in Module 4

Q: The Nile River feeds into what body of water?

  • 14.3%
    The Red Sea
  • 7.1%
    The Indian Ocean
  • 71.4%
    The Mediterranean Sea
  • 7.1%
    The Caspian Sea

Read more in Module 6

Q: Twelve species of animals provide what percent of the protein consumed globally?

  • 27.8%
    10%
  • 22.2%
    30%
  • 16.7%
    70%
  • 33.3%
    90%

Read more in Module 4

Q: According to the United Nations what percent of the worlds land surface is used for agriculture?

  • 45.5%
    5%
  • 45.5%
    25%
  • 9.1%
    45%
  • 0%
    60%

Read more in Module 5

Q: Worldwide there are five principal causes of biodiversity loss. Two of them are habitat transformation and climate change. Which of the following is not a principle cause of biodiversity loss?

  • 9.1%
    Pollution
  • 27.3%
    Over-exploitation
  • 18.2%
    Bioaccumulation
  • 45.5%
    Exotic Species

Read more in Module 5

Q: Quinine was the first effective treatment against malaria, and its medicinal properties were discovered by the Quechua Indians of Peru. Where did they find Quinine?

  • 20%
    In the root of the mangrove bush
  • 20%
    In the venom of the poison dark frog
  • 55%
    In the bark of the cinchona tree
  • 5%
    In the entrails of the scarab beetle

Read more in Module 4

Q: Which of the following is not considered a principle category of biodiversity?

  • 28.6%
    Genetic Diversity
  • 71.4%
    Climate Diversity
  • 0%
    Diversity of Species
  • 0%
    Ecosystem Diversity

Read more in Module 1

Q: The majority of animal species in the Amazon are?

  • 89.5%
    Insects
  • 5.3%
    Mammals
  • 5.3%
    Amphibians
  • 0%
    Fish

Read more in Module 1

Q: Scientists can estimate the age of the Earth using a technique called?

  • 15.2%
    Isometric Evaluation
  • 39.1%
    They count the rings in the Earth's Core
  • 19.6%
    Radio Frequency Emanation
  • 26.1%
    Radiometric Dating

Read more in Module 2

Q: Which of the following statements is true?

  • 0%
    The fish in the Atlantic Ocean have a much smaller range of habitat than the fish in the Amazon River
  • 0%
    There are more whales in the Amazon river basin than in the Atlantic Ocean
  • 33.3%
    It is said that the number of species of fish in the Amazon exceeds the number found in the entire Atlantic Ocean
  • 66.7%
    The rare lemming fish of the Amazon is known for launching itself over waterfalls

Read more in Module 2

Q: Tropical Rainforests cover 6% of the world's terrestrial surface. What percent of life on the planet do they host?

  • 0%
    5%
  • 20%
    25%
  • 0%
    37%
  • 80%
    50%

Read more in Module Intro.

Q: The United Nation has declared 2010 the...?

  • 10%
    Year of Global Warming
  • 80%
    International Year of Biodiversity
  • 0%
    International Year of Earthquake Prevention
  • 10%
    International Year of Affleck

Read more in Module Intro.

Q: People in which of the following countries use on average the least daily water?

  • 50%
    Canada
  • 50%
    Burkina Faso
  • 0%
    Brazil
  • 0%
    Denmark

Read more in Module 9

Q: Which of the following statements about desalination is untrue?

  • 0%
    About 75% of the world’s desalination capacity is found in the Middle East
  • 0%
    There are sizable desalination plants in operation in North America
  • 0%
    The desalination of water produces negligible amounts of greenhouse gases
  • 0%
    Desalination may not be an affordable solution for the developing world

Read more in Module 10

Q: Most of Tunisia water supply comes from?

  • 0%
    The desalination of seawater
  • 0%
    Rainwater harvesting
  • 0%
    Reclaimed wastewater
  • 0%
    Groundwater reserves

Read more in Module 10

Q: Water from different sources is not necessarily of equal weight. Which of the following types of water would be the heaviest?

  • 50%
    1 cup of water with 50 grams of salt dissolved in it
  • 50%
    1 cup of distilled water
  • 0%
    1 cup hot water
  • 0%
    1 cup of frozen water

Read more in Module 13

Q: World hot spots for fresh water depletion include all of the following except?

  • 0%
    India
  • 50%
    Canada
  • 50%
    Australia
  • 0%
    The United States

Read more in Module 15

Q: On average how much deeper is Lake Baikal than Lake Superior?

  • 100%
    Twenty times deeper
  • 0%
    Twice as deep
  • 0%
    Five times as deep
  • 0%
    Ten times deeper

Read more in Module 15

Q: The following statements about heavy water are true except?

  • 0%
    Heavy water is composed of two deuterium atoms and one oxygen atom
  • 0%
    Heavy water is used to treat certain forms
  • 0%
    Heavy water is used in certain models of nuclear power plants
  • 0%
    Heavy water is 11% heavier than normal water

Read more in Module 13

Q: Which of the following is not one of the four most common elements in the Universe?

  • 33.3%
    Nitrogen
  • 0%
    Hydrogen
  • 33.3%
    Oxygen
  • 33.3%
    Helium

Read more in Module 14

Q: All of the following facts about Lake Baikal are true except?

  • 25%
    The water of lake Baikal has a high salt content
  • 50%
    Lake Baikal is home to a freshwater species of seal
  • 0%
    The most plentiful fish in the lake are famous for disintegrating into a pool of oil and bones when exposed to sunlight
  • 25%
    The water of Lake Baikal is unusually clear

Read more in Module 14

Q: What percentage of the world’s water is found in the form of fresh surface liquid water?

  • 20%
    30%
  • 0%
    0.0003%
  • 60%
    3%
  • 20%
    0.03%

Read more in Module 15

Q: Who predicted that, "The next war in the Middle East will be fought over water, not politics"?

  • 20%
    Idi Amin
  • 0%
    Mathatma Gandhi
  • 20%
    Tony the Tiger
  • 60%
    Boutros Boutros Ghali

Read more in Module 15

Q: If an ice cube of regular water floats in a glass of regular water, and an ice cube of heavy water sinks in a glass of regular water, what will happen to an ice cube of heavy water in a glass of heavy water?

  • 0%
    It will sink
  • 0%
    It will float
  • 100%
    It will be repelled out of the glass of water by nuclear fission
  • 0%
    Heavy water does not freeze

Read more in Module 13

Q: Which of the following statements is true?

  • 0%
    Water found in deep space is strictly in liquid form
  • 33.3%
    Comets are principally made of mineral space debris
  • 50%
    Water has been found on the moon, and on many of the planets in our solar system
  • 16.7%
    The furthest from Earth that water has been detected is on the planet Uranus

Read more in Module 14

Q: According to the journal (see: Nature) what percent of the worlds population are expected to experience water scarcity by the year 2050?

  • 0%
    10%
  • 0%
    25%
  • 0%
    50%
  • 0%
    75%

Read more in Module 1

Q: Which is the following countries does not belong in the top 4 countries in terms of richest water resources per capita?

  • 0%
    Finland
  • 100%
    United States
  • 0%
    Canada
  • 0%
    Iceland

Read more in Module 9

Q: The great flood as recounted in the Bible is created by God to

  • 0%
    Clean the Earth of Soot and Grime
  • 0%
    Provide water for plants and animals
  • 100%
    Destroy life on earth because of man's wickedness
  • 0%
    Cool the Earth which had grown too hot

Read more in Module 11

Q: All of the following are symptoms of dehydration except:

  • 0%
    Painful urination
  • 0%
    Headaches
  • 0%
    Decreased urine output
  • 100%
    Decreased blood pressure

Read more in Module 3

Q: Which of the following applies to rainwater harvesting?

  • 0%
    It involves collecting rainwater for agricultural and domestic use
  • 0%
    It involves collecting Rain from roofs and culverts
  • 0%
    It is common in many parts of the world
  • 100%
    All of the above

Read more in Module 10

Q: Virtually all the energy captured by plants and animals in the world directly or indirectly comes from three essential components. Which of the following is not one of those components?

  • 0%
    Sunlight
  • 33.3%
    Carbon Dioxide
  • 33.3%
    Hydrogen
  • 33.3%
    Water

Read more in Module 6

Q: Dowsing is all of the following except:

  • 100%
    The practice of immersing people in water as part of a religious rite
  • 0%
    Also known as water witching
  • 0%
    A purported means of finding water underground using a twig or wires
  • 0%
    Widely practiced in many parts of the world

Read more in Module 10

Q: Water is responsible for all of the following except:

  • 50%
    It drives the erosive forces that shape the world’s geology
  • 0%
    It generates weather patterns driven by its unique thermodynamic properties
  • 0%
    It provides the life force to grow all plants and animals
  • 50%
    It is the energy source for the bodies activities

Read more in Module 2

Q: Ice is lighter than liquid water because:

  • 100%
    There is more air trapped between water molecules in ice
  • 0%
    Liquid water has other substances like salt dissolved in it
  • 0%
    Ice bonds to helium which is lighter than air
  • 0%
    Liquid water is full of lead, one of the heaviest substances

Read more in Module 8

Q: Groundwater recharge is:

  • 0%
    The increase in electrical charge of groundwater by lightening strikes
  • 58.3%
    The the pumping of groundwater into elevated storage tanks so it will flow into people's homes
  • 33.3%
    The renewal of groundwater resources through precipitation
  • 8.3%
    The billing of consumers for groundwater use on top of set municipal water fees

Read more in Module 5

Q: The baptism of Jesus Christ is said to have occurred in the River:

  • 0%
    Missisipi River
  • 100%
    River Jordan
  • 0%
    Tigris River
  • 0%
    Euprhrates River

Read more in Module 11

Q: Groundwater accounts for what percent of the world's liquid freshwater reserves?

  • 24%
    10%
  • 16%
    20%
  • 12%
    50%
  • 48%
    90%

Read more in Module 10

Q: Which of the following accounts for 70% of human water consumption world wide?

  • 0%
    Household use
  • 50%
    Flushing toilets
  • 16.7%
    Industrial use
  • 33.3%
    Agricultural use

Read more in Module 6

Q: Which of the following is not a technique used by the human body to regulate water balance?

  • 40%
    Storing water in dry structures like bones and hair
  • 20%
    Excreting water through the kidneys
  • 40%
    Producing water vapor through respiration
  • 0%
    Sweating

Read more in Module 3

Q: All of the following are categories of water contamination except:

  • 23.8%
    Macroscopic
  • 19%
    Biological
  • 4.8%
    Chemical
  • 52.4%
    Economic

Read more in Module 12

Q: One of the remarkable properties of ice is that it can flow. This is witnessed with glaciers that flow like slow rivers down from mountains and ice caps. What causes a glacier to flow?

  • 20%
    A layer of water that melts underneath the glaciers causes it to slide forward
  • 0%
    Heat from the earth's core melts the bottom of a glacier causing it to flow forward
  • 80%
    The weight of the upper portion of the glacier upon the lower portion causes deformation of the ice bonds resulting in forward flow of the glacier
  • 0%
    None of the above

Read more in Module 8

Q: On average what percentage of domestic (household) fresh water is use to flush the toilet?

  • 44.4%
    25%
  • 33.3%
    15%
  • 22.2%
    10%
  • 0%
    5%

Read more in Module 9

Q: According to United Nations estimates, how many people do not have adequate access to water sanitation and waste disposal?

  • 50%
    25 million
  • 0%
    20 billion
  • 0%
    900 thousand
  • 50%
    2.5 billion

Read more in Module 9

Q: Poseidon & Neptune:

  • 0%
    Are youth ambassadors selected for the run in Tunisia
  • 7.1%
    Accompanied Ray on the South Pole Quest
  • 71.4%
    Are Greek and Roman Gods of water
  • 21.4%
    Are the names of holy rivers in India

Read more in Module 11

Q: Water is know as the universal solvent. It dissolves virtually every known substance to some degree, even gold. Knowing that there is gold dissolved in sea water some have suggested that removing the gold would be a great way to get rich quick.
At the current value, how much gold on average is found in 1 million bathtubs of seawater?

  • 0%
    $800 worth
  • 0%
    $8,000 worth
  • 0%
    $0.08 worth
  • 100%
    $8 worth

Read more in Module 2

Q: Which of the following countries has the greatest renewable fresh water supply?

  • 39.3%
    Canada
  • 14.3%
    Russia
  • 19.6%
    China
  • 26.8%
    Brazil

Read more in Module 6

Q: Sea Water contains significant amounts of all of the following elements except:

  • 40%
    Iron
  • 40%
    Chloride
  • 10%
    Magnesium
  • 10%
    Sodium

Read more in Module 7

Q: Worldwide, approximately how many children die each day from water-born disease?

  • 0%
    20
  • 16.7%
    15,200
  • 0%
    690
  • 83.3%
    4,500

Read more in Module 12

Q: Agriculture started about 7000 years ago along all of the following rivers except:

  • 0%
    The Tigris River
  • 50%
    The Mississippi River
  • 0%
    The Indus River
  • 50%
    The Yellow River

Read more in Module 10

Q: Which of the following is not a principal human use of freshwater?

  • 16.7%
    Domestic use - meaning cooking washing and direct consumption
  • 0%
    Agriculture - the growing of food, both plants and animals
  • 0%
    Industry - the production of goods and energy
  • 83.3%
    Space exploration - the use of hydralic rockets

Read more in Module 6

Q: Which of the following statements about raindrops is false?

  • 33.3%
    Raindrops are not tear shaped
  • 33.3%
    Very small raindrops are almost spherical in shape
  • 33.3%
    Larger raindrops become flattened at the bottom like a hamburger bun
  • 0%
    Very large raindrops elongate like a long elipse

Read more in Module 4

Q: The average person in the United States uses over 500 liters of water a day. In Haiti (before the earthquake) the average daily water use per person was what percent of the average American water consumption:

  • 12.5%
    About 20%
  • 0%
    Between 10 and 15%
  • 25%
    Roughly 9%
  • 62.5%
    Less than 4%

Read more in Module 9

Q: Water directly helps the body do all the following except:

  • 25%
    Absord vitamins
  • 62.5%
    Regulate the heart rate
  • 0%
    Regulate the bodies temperature
  • 12.5%
    Remove Toxins from the body

Read more in Module 3

Q: Groundwater mining refers to the practice of:

  • 85.7%
    Drawing water from groundwater sources that are not replenished
  • 0%
    Drilling for water through granite sheild country
  • 0%
    Cutting a quarries in the ground to creat water reservoirs
  • 14.3%
    Drilling for deep sources of water below the Earth's mantal

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Q: What % of the worlds water is in the Ocean?

  • 0%
    29%
  • 0%
    51%
  • 29.4%
    84.6%
  • 70.6%
    97%

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Q: Life is dependent upon:

  • 0%
    Water vapor
  • 0%
    Liquid water
  • 100%
    Water in all its phases
  • 0%
    Ice

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Q: What is the cleanest source of water?

  • 12.5%
    Lake water
  • 12.5%
    River water
  • 37.5%
    Ocean water
  • 37.5%
    Ground water

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Q: Lake Baikal drains in to what body of water?

  • 0%
    South China Sea
  • 0%
    Red Sea
  • 83.3%
    Arctic Ocean
  • 16.7%
    Caspian Sea

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