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If you love fun trivia quizzes and you love to play fun games, then you are going to have real fun. Our online trivia platform can be a great time for anyone to enjoy. It's trivia for seniors, adults, and kids. You can use it for your virtual trivia night, as bar trivia questions, or just to have fun.

Try to beat the timer and get a streak. We all love to play. There is an inner child in all of us. We especially love to play trivia quiz games, as they are fun games that also have a lot of value. When playing trivia, you are having fun while you learn, expanding your general knowledge, and actually becoming smarter.

New Zealand Fun Facts

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Lake Taupō is on the North Island and is an ancient volcanic crater.
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New Zealand is 1,000 miles away from Australia, it's closest neighbor, and is in the southwestern most part of Polynesia.
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New Zealand has two main islands, the North and South Islands, and many smaller islands that can be hundreds of miles away from the main islands.
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New Zealand is in an isolated area of the world, which led to a unique array of plant and animal life.
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While the capital of New Zealand is Wellington, the country's largest urban center is Auckland. Both cities are located on the North Island.
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New Zealand is slightly smaller than Colorado and somewhat larger than the United Kingdom.
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New Zealand was annexed by Great Britain in 1840 when it became a crown colony. It did not become fully independent until 1947, when it became part of The Commonwealth.
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New Zealand sits on two tectonic plates and is part of the Pacific Ring Of fire, giving it many earthquakes and volcanoes.
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Mt. Cook is part of the Southern Alps, a 300-mile long range of mountains on the Southern Island.
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The Southern Alps contain over 360 glaciers, the largest of which is the Tasman Glacier, 18 miles long.

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