Monday's Geo Quiz is huge and it floats.
It's called the Triple E and it's a massive container ship: 1,312 feet long, and 194 feet wide, each link in the ship's gargantuan anchor chain weighs 500 pounds. And the ship is capable of carrying 9,000 containers full of stuff.
The first Triple E ever produced just went on her maiden voyage this summer and there are many more to come as demand grows for cheap ways to move products from one side of the world to another.
Where are these behemoths of the sea, the new Triple E's, being built?
The ship is being built in Okpo, South Korea, the global capital of shipbuilding.
Anchor Marco Werman spoke with journalist Drake Bennet who wrote about the Triple E for Bloomberg Businessweek.