May 22, 2013—Quick: Because Earth bulges at the Equator, the point that is farthest from Earth's center is the summit of a peak in Ecuador. Name this peak. Get the answer and see the climax of the 2013 National Geographic Bee, hosted by Jeopardy's Alex Trebek. This Bee marks Trebek's final time as host after 25 years.
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Fifty-four students competed at the National Geographic Bee championship in Washington, D.C. To watch the top 10 students compete for scholarships totaling $50,000, tune in to the 2013 National Geographic Bee on Thursday, May 23, on the National Geographic Channel and Nat Geo WILD. The finals will be broadcast later on public television stations. (Check local listings).
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