You Have to Be Smart to Ace This Quirky Islands Quiz

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Faye Remedios
Created by Faye Remedios
On Dec 29, 2022
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Islands have an air of mystery to them that is pretty unbeatable. Whether they are quirky, pristine, secluded or just plain stunning, they make for incredible getaways as well. Well, whether they are on your bucket list or not, you cannot help but be amazed by them. How much do you know about the history of these quirky islands? Take our quiz and see.

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This island in Chile called Rapa Nui has over 800 strange statues, known as Moia statues, littered around it. What is it also known as?

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Snake Island is full of 5000 Golden Lanceheads, one of the most dangerous and venomous snakes in the world. This island is located in…

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Tashirojima Island is a small Japanese island that has barely 100 human residents but a huge population of …

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Off the coast of Naples, Italy, almost every single owner of this abandoned island has been found either murdered, drowned, or faced ruin. What’s its name?

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On Christmas Island, located in the Indian Ocean, about 120 million ____ make a month-long journey out of the island’s forests to the beach in order to mate.

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Deer Island, located in New York, is the home of the infamous Skull and Bones undergraduate secret society of ___ University, which counts many former politicians and presidents among its members.

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Name this Burmese island that used to be infested with saltwater crocodiles, and more than 500 Japanese troops were eaten alive here during WWII.

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The air on this Japanese island contains the highest concentration of sulphur on earth due to the volcanic activity, and inhabitants are required to carry gas masks with them at all times if they plan on visiting.

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This island in the Andamans is one of the most dangerous in the world, and entry to the island is strictly forbidden due to the chance of visitors getting attacked by the native Sentinelese people.

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This famous island-prison in the US housed people like Al Capone and Mickey Cohen before closing its doors in 1963.

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The island I would MOST want to visit from this list is…

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