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After winning his way into the final round of the National Geographic Geography Bee at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology on April 3, eighth-grade student Mason Mennenga cited Google Earth as one of his key studying sources, reports the Rapid City Journal. "You can search everything on it," said Mennenga. "For example, you can really see what Nepal and the mountains there look like. You can't see that on a map." Monica Peacock, an eighth grader at Dakota Valley middle school in North Sioux City, also used Google Earth to study for the Bee, which drew more
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