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National Geographic Bee 2010 DVD Exclusive
National Geographic Bee 2010 DVD Exclusive
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Moderated by Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek, National Geographic presents the suspenseful final round of the annual competition which pits young geography braniacs in a head-to-head match for winning scholarships up to $25,000.


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National Geographic Bee 2009 DVD Exclusive
National Geographic Bee 2009 DVD Exclusive
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National Geographic presents the ever-anticipated finale to the 2009 National Geographic Bee, moderated by Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek. Eric Yang, of Griffin Middle School in The Colony, Texas, triumphed at the annual competition during a tie-breaker round with this question: "Timis County shares its name with a tributary of the Danube and is located in the western part of which European country?" The answer, Romania, came with a U.S. $25,000 college scholarship, a lifetime membership in the National Geographic Society, and a trip to the Galapagos Islands with Jeopardy! host and Bee moderator Alex Trebek. Yang competed against 54 fourth- through eighth-grade contestants whittled down from nearly 5 million students from around the country.


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National Geographic Bee 2011 DVD-R
National Geographic Bee 2011 DVD-R
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National Geographic presents the suspenseful final round of its annual competition.


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National Geographic Bee 2012 DVD-R
National Geographic Bee 2012 DVD-R
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Now in its 24th year, 54 students (ages 10-14) vie for the national title and three scholarships worth a total of $50,000. With the well-prepped contestants acing geography questions over and over, it was a challenge to narrow the field in the finals, resulting in one of the longest National Geographic Bees to date.


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