Did you know that the Hottest Temperature ever recorded was 134 Degrees in California’s Death Valley, and the coldest temperature ever recorded was -128.6 Degrees in Antarctica?
These facts are important for everyone and especially for school-going kids as they’ll begin to understand their surroundings better.
Geographers and researchers, in general, have made so many attempts to make sense of the earth. They repeatedly want to have answers to the question “why?” and they also want to know what is the tallest, shortest, longest, smallest feature/place.
Geography Fun Facts- The Earth, Fossils and Planet System Among Others
Truth is, there’s always something new to learn and in some cases even weird ones. There are so many places to visit and things to discover every day, for instance, fossils from back in the days, the planet system among many others.
Our geography fun facts will help you understand why and where certain things are found, how they came into existence, and what causes them to change depending on the actions of people or even changes in climate.
Take a look at our geography fun facts and trivia questions. How about we quickly remind ourselves what Geography is? Geography is basically the study of places and the relationship between people and their environments.
Below is a list of incredible geography fun facts that show how fascinating the earth is.