Asia represents almost one-third of earth's land mass. Its holds the world's highest point, Mt. Everest, and the lowest point outside of uninhabitable Antarctica, the Dead Sea. It is home to both the largest and deepest lakes on Earth, the Caspian Sea and Lake Baikal. Out of the twelve longest rivers on Earth, seven wind through Asia. All the world's major religions originated in Asia, and two out of every three people on Earth live there.
The countries of Asia are so diverse that on the surface they have little in common. If anything, their commonality lies in diversity itself. And of course, Asia's wildlife is incredibly rich and varied. Test your knowledge in the following Picture Quiz about the mammals of Asia. Don't forget to click on the photos to get a larger image. Good luck!
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