I have again come across this question, this time in the Daily Trivia Game. I have sent a CN for it a few times, and still it remains. It is from a QQ, not a quiz.
What is unusual about the Genesee River in New York?
Your answer: It flows south to north
It is unusual for a river to run south to north, but there are examples worldwide. Some notable rivers that exhibit this characteristic are the Nile, Bighorn, Niagara, and the Wilamette.
If you look at any map or atlas, you will see countless rivers flowing north, on the north shore of any continent or land mass. This is NOT an unusual thing by any stretch. How is this question valid?
Edited by ssabreman (Wed Aug 28 2013 04:10 PM)