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Question 1:
South Uist, Ben Nevis and Shetland are all:
Community buyouts in Scotland Important Bird Areas of the United Kingdom National Scenic Areas in Scotland Highland Estates

Question 2: The oldest course in the Outer Hebrides, designed by ________, who also worked on the Old Course at St.
John Henry TaylorYoung Tom MorrisGary PlayerOld Tom Morris

Question 3: Organisation within ________ roundhouses appears to have been very different from 19th century blackhouses in which the dwelling was shared with stock.
Ancient Near EastIron Age ChinaLa Tène cultureIron Age

Question 4:
South Uist, St Kilda, Scotland and Harris, Outer Hebrides are all:
Community buyouts in Scotland National Scenic Areas in Scotland Important Bird Areas of the United Kingdom Highland Estates

Question 5: This development went ahead despite significant protests, some locals expressing concern that the ________ would not survive the influx of English-speaking army personnel.
ScotlandScottish peopleScots languageScottish Gaelic

Question 6: The reserve covers 1,677 hectares of machair, ________, freshwater lochs, estuary, heather moorland and hill.
PeatEnglandUnited KingdomBog

Question 7: The main village on the island is Lochboisdale (Loch Baghasdail), from which ferries sail to Oban on the mainland and to Castlebay (Bàgh a' Chaisteil) on ________.
BarraMingulaySouth UistVatersay

Question 8: There is a nature reserve and a number of sites of archaeological interest, including the only location in ________ where prehistoric mummies have been found.
United KingdomGreat BritainScotlandEngland

Question 9: South Uist (Scottish Gaelic: Uibhist a Deas) is an island of the ________ in Scotland.
St Kilda, ScotlandOuter HebridesLewisHarris, Outer Hebrides

Question 10: The archaeological site of Cladh Hallan, the only site in ________ where prehistoric mummies have been found, is on South Uist.
EnglandUnited KingdomGreat BritainScotland







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