Just in time for your Tuesday Night Trivia, you can thank Jeopardy champ and Condé Nast Traveler writer Ken Jennings for this shocking fact. For years, geography enthusiasts and trivia buffs believed this unique geographic oddity was only in the Phillippines on the volcanic island Luzon.
However, it turns out there's a new champion on a much larger scale in Canada within Victoria Island.
The sub-sub-sub island is part of Canada's frozen tundra by the Coronation Gulf. This region is homes to a series of long finger lakes, which ultimately creates this oddity, and because of the frigid temperatures and low population (less than 2,000), there's a high chance no one's stepped foot on the island-in-a-lake-on-an-island-in-a-lake-on-an-island.
So take this fact with you on your next trivia and if the MC argues with you, you'll have all the facts to shut them down.
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