Special Sub-Topic: More Bark Than Bight
|Which bight is located in Southern Australia?|
Great Australian Bight. The McKenzie Bight's location will not be revealed as of yet (that's coming in another question). The Portland Bight is in Jamaica and I made up the South Australian Bight.
|A bight is a large bay.|
t. Bights are normally shallower than sounds, thus distinguishing them apart. There are many bights around the world.
|Who was the first protectorate of the Bight of Benin?|
Louis Fraser. Campbell, Brand and Hand are respectively the second, third and fourth protectorates of the Bight. The Bight no longer has a protectorate; the program, lasting only eight years, was removed in 1861.
|Which of these bights is not real?|
Bight of Mexico. The other three bights are, obviously, in America. The South-Atlantic and New York bights are along the Atlantic coasts, while the South California Bight is part of the Pacific Ocean.
|What type of coastal geography is a bight?|
Landform. Reefs and trenches are not actually types of coastal geography. An example of a beach is a beach rock.
|Where is the McKenzie Bight?|
Canada. To be more exact, it is in the province of British Columbia. It is part of the Gowlland Tod Provincial Park.
|There are exactly 25 prominent bights in the world.|
f. There are actually only about 17. These include the Bight of Benin, the Southern Bight, and the Trinity Bight (among others).
|What is another name for Mecklenburg Bight?|
Mecklenburg Bay. Mecklenburg Bight is located in northern Europe. The other options are also real bights around the world.
|In which ocean is the Great Australian Bight located?|
Indian. The International Hydrographic Organisation decided that this bight belongs to the Indian Ocean. The Great Australian Bight has mostly shallow water.
|A bight exclusively relates to oceans.|
f. A bight is any curve on any landform. It is, however, generally associated with seas or oceans.
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