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Where is the wettest land mass on Earth?
Question Date: 2011-01-03
Answer 1:

The wettest land mass on Earth is in the island of Kauai. There is a place that gets 600 inches of rain per year! This island is one of the Hawaiian islands... the one most to the West.

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