Here is the question :
WHAT IS NOT ONE OF EARTH’S FIVE LONGEST MOUNTAIN RANGES?
Here is the option for the question :
- Rocky Mountains
- Great Dividing Range
And, the answer for the the question is :
[STC00268] The Himalayas are home to some of the highest mountain peaks on Earth, including Mount Everest, which stands at 29,029 feet, however the mountain range itself does not rate among the top five longest mountain ranges on the planet.
The Andes, which are located in South America, the Southern Great Escarpment, which is located in Africa, the Rocky Mountains, which are located in North America, the Transantarctic Mountains, which are located in Antarctica, and the Great Dividing Range, which is located in Australia are the longest mountain ranges.
The Andes are by far the world’s longest mountain range, reaching a maximum elevation of 22,841 feet at Mount Aconcagua and spanning a distance of 4,300 miles.
The Himalayas come in at number six and span around 2,100 kilometers throughout Asia.
But if you were to include submarine mountains in this ranking, the longest range beneath the water would dwarf any one of these, as the mid-ocean ridge system stretches a whopping 40,389 miles.