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Continents and Oceans Game

This geography game requires knowledge and quick thinking.
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This geography game requires knowledge and quick thinking. Drag and drop the signposts to their correct places on the spinning globe within 90 seconds. There are seven continents and five oceans. Try to collect all seven gold medal certificate types!

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