Where in the World is Renderosity | Day 10
June 24, 2012 12:30 am
Where in the World is Renderosity?
During the month of May Renderosity found itself traveling to Greece. With reservations booked and bags packed, the Renderosity Staff would like to invite you to take another trip to a far-off land sure to delight those seeking a little adventure!
Over the next ten days, we'll be providing a new clue each and every morning so that you might discover Where in the World Renderosity is. Who knows? You may even learn a thing or two along the way. Be sure to check back to the front page article each day for a new clue!
Think you know where Renderosity is? Just email your best guess to email@example.com and you'll be eligible to win a collection of great prizes. On Monday, June 25th we'll be randomly selecting ten winners from the pool of correct entries and announcing these winners in the front page article.
Below are your clues. Good luck!
Clue #1: This country is largest producer of natural uranium (20%-30%) in the world.
Clue #2: This country has the longest coastline of any country in the world at 151,600 miles.
Clue #3: Charles Fenerty, a poet, was the first person to use wood fibers to make paper. He started experimenting in 1839 and produced paper from wood pulp in 1841.
Clue #4: It's the world's second largest country according to total area. It has a total area of 9,984,670 square kilometers.
Clue #5: The longest highway in the world is located in this country and stretches over 7604 kilometers in length.
Clue #6: This country is comprised of six time zones.
Clue #7: This country holds the record for the most gold medals ever won at the Winter Olympics.
Clue #8: With only three people per square kilometer, this country has the fourth lowest population density in the world.
Clue #9: This country has more lakes than the rest of the world combined.
Clue #10: This country did not have a national flag until February 15, 1965.