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Joshua Tree National Park: Quiz


Question 1:
When was Joshua Tree National Park established?
by 1994
as Slavic-Greek-Latin Academy 1576as Ostroh Academy 1994
1922, rebuilt 1994

Question 2:

Question 3: The rocks are all composed of quartz monzonite, a very rough type of ________ made even more so as there is no snow or ice to polish it as in places like Yosemite.
FelsicBasaltIgneous rockGranite

Question 4:

Question 5: The higher, drier, and slightly cooler ________ is the special habitat of Yucca brevifolia, the Joshua Tree, which the park is named for.
Sonoran DesertMojave DesertColorado PlateauGreat Basin

Question 6:
What is the nearest city to Joshua Tree National Park?

Question 7: [5] The lookout point at Keys View, towards the south of the park, offers views of the ________ and Salton Sea.
Inland Empire (California)Riverside County, CaliforniaCoachella ValleyPalm Springs, California

Question 8: A large part of the park is designated to ________; some 429,690 acres (173,890 ha).
EcosystemWildernessNatural environmentNature

Question 9: The Geology Motor Tour is located in the south of the park and provides a self-guided tour for those visitors with a ________ vehicle.
North American International Auto ShowFour-wheel driveStation wagonVolkswagen

Question 10: These hills are popular amongst ________ and scrambling enthusiasts.
BoulderingIce climbingExtreme sportRock climbing


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