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3. Who is credited with naming Australia’s Great Barrier Reef?


8. Who discovered the Grand Canyon? 9. Who is the famous Arab explorer from the 1300's believed to have traveled somewhere around 120,000 miles?


10. Which Greck philosopher is credited with proving the Earth's sphericity?


12. Who is known as the Father of Canada? 13. Which explorer sought the fabeled 'Seven Cities of Gold' during the 1500's?


11. Which explorer captained a ship called the Golden Hind?


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1. Who was the first explorer to voyage around the world?


2. Who was the first to explore China and Asia? 4. Which female explorer helped influence European ideas about Africa and Afican people?


5. What was the tool early navigators commonly used to measure the angle between any two visible objects?


6. Name the explorer who claimed to have led the first expedition, on April 6, 1909, to reach the geographic North Pole?


7. Who was the first to sail around the southern tip of Africa (the Cape of Good Hope) in 1497 forging a new route to the east?


Crossword Answers (Across) 3. Matthew Flinders 8. Francisco Coronado 9. Ibn Battuta 10. Aristotle 11. Sir Francis Drake 12. Samuel de Champlain 13. Fray Marcos de Niza (Down) 1. Ferdinand Magellan 2. Marco Polo 4. Mary Kingsley 5. Sextant 6. Robert Peary 7. Vasco da Gama


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