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Answer Key for This Hunt
September #2
1. Washington; 2. more than 150 ft. tall; 3. Atlantic Ocean; 4. at the beach; 5. He ran a famous museum and a circus.

This Hunt's Questions
1. In which U.S. state are the most apples grown each year?
2. The Statue of Liberty stands as a symbol of the United States. It is believed to be the tallest statue made of metal. How many feet (ft.) tall is the Statue of Liberty?
3. Which ocean borders the African country of Ghana?
4. Where would you be most likely to see the bird called a plover?
5. P.T. Barnum was famous in the late 1800s. For what was he most famous?

 

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