If you can't distinguish between the Galapagos and Gilligan's Island, you're going to be no match for some worldly kids.
Fifty-five elementary and middle schoolers are headed to the nation's capital today for the annual geography bee.
They've already survived state contests on April 3rd and now square off against each other.
Questions that span the globe will be posed by "Jeopardy" host Alex Trebek.
Although the contest is officially called the National Geographic Bee after the famed non-profit institution, this year Google Earth is co-sponsoring the two-day event.
The winner gets a 25-thousand dollar college scholarship and a trip with Trebek to the Galapagos, made famous by naturalist Charles Darwin.
The finals will be broadcast on the National Geographic channel and local public television stations tomorrow.
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