Host Mo Rocca watches at left as Pranay Varada, 14, of Irving reacts after winning the 2017 National Geographic Bee on Wednesday at the National Geographic Society in Washington.
Host Mo Rocca watches at left as Pranay Varada, 14, of Irving reacts after winning the 2017 National Geographic Bee on Wednesday at the National Geographic Society in Washington. Jacquelyn Martin AP
Host Mo Rocca watches at left as Pranay Varada, 14, of Irving reacts after winning the 2017 National Geographic Bee on Wednesday at the National Geographic Society in Washington. Jacquelyn Martin AP

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