There are 48 landlocked countries in the world. Landlocked means you have to cross another country to get to the sea. This can be seen as a disadvantage as it can mean trade is more difficult.
There are two countries that are doubly landlocked. This means you have to cross two other countries to reach the sea.
This weeks quiz question
Label both landlocked countries on a world map. Put your name on it and give it to Mr Brown in Q7 befor 2pm on Thursday.
Mr Brown’s decision on entries is final.
Open to Alec Reed Academy pupils only.
You can copy and paste the map below or see Mr Brown for a blank world map.