I honestly had no idea Missouri was known for this record, and it is not an easy test to pass!

So I was cruising around the internet (as one does) and I stumbled upon this article from usnews.com that had some really interesting facts about the show me state, and I was particularly blown away by one of the facts in this article. Apparently Missouri is TIED with Tennessee, for the record of State with most States touching its borders, with a grand total of 8 states. Missouri touches borders with 8 other states.... SOOOOO here is the test....

Can you name the 8 states that Missouri borders???

SCROLL DOWN FOR THE ANSWERS, and no cheating!

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1. Illinois

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2. Arkansas

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3. Iowa

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4. Nebraska

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5. Oklahoma

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6. Kansas

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7. Tennessee

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8. Kentucky

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So there you go! Those are the eight states that border Missouri which is tied for the record with Tennessee, so if you are anything like me you might be curious as to the eight states that border Tennessee? So here they are Kentucky, Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Virginia, and North Carolina, pretty cool pieces of random trivia that may come in handy if you ever happen to find yourself on a game show in the near future. Just remember where you learned the facts when you win your millions!

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