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What is the largest country in the world?
1. Canada
2. UAS
3. China
4. Russia

4. Russia

Q.

Where would you find the River Thames?
1. Edinburgh
2. London
3. Manchester
4. Birmingham

2. London

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In which country would you find the Leaning Tower of Pisa?
1. Germany
2. Russia
3. Italy
4. Paris, France

3. Italy

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Where would you find the Eiffel Tower?
1. USA
2. United Kingdom
3. France
4. Holland

3. France

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What is the longest river in the world?
1. Amazon
2. Yangtze
3. Mississippi
4. Nile

4. Nile

Q.

Which part of his body did Charlie Chaplin insure?
1. His Plam
2. His Feet
3. His Hand
4. His Finger

2. His feet

Q.

The British Raj lasted how many years in India?
1. 60 years
2. 50 years
3. 70 years
4. 90 years

4. 90 years

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In which country is the world’s tallest building?
1. USA, KXJB-TV Tower
2. Dubai, Burj Khalifa
3. China, Shanghai Tower
4. Saudi Arabia, Abraj Al Bait

2. Dubai, Burj Khalifa

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Who were the rulers of England from 827 to 860?
1. James VI and I
2. Egbert, Aethelwulf, and Aethelbald
3. James II of England
4. John, King of England

2. Egbert, Aethelwulf, and Aethelbald

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What is Lancashire known for?
1. SunFlowers
2. Lily
3. Red Roses
4. Tulip

3. Red Roses

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Which is the largest and tallest tree in the world?
1. Danum Valley Conservation Area, in Sabah
2. Arve Valley, Tasmania, Australia
3. Sequoiadendron giganteum or California redwood
4. Coos County, Oregon, United States

3. Sequoiadendron giganteum or California redwood

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Which is the biggest island in the world?
1. New Guinea
2. Greenland
3. Borneo
4. Madagascar

2. Greenland

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In which country is the Taj Mahal?
1. India
2. China
3. USA
4. Nepal

1. India

Q.

What type of food do penguins eat?
1. Vegetables
2. Fruit
3. Fish
4. Egg

3. Fish

Q.

Which is the only letter in scrabble to have the value of five points?
1. K
2. S
3. C
4. Z

1. K

Q.

How many teeth does the average adult have?
1. 24
2. 32
3. 16
4. 34

2. 32

Q.

How many cities are there in the UK?
1. 69
2. 51
3. 45
4. 74

1. 69

Q.

How many sides does a hexagon have?
1. Five
2. Six
3. Seven
4. Eight

2. Six

Q.

How much is the maximum time allowed to find a lost ball while playing Golf?
1. 5 Minutes
2. 10 Minutes
3. 15 Minutes
4. 20 Minutes

1. 5 Minutes

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How many planets are there in our Solar System?
1. Seven Planets
2. Eight Planets
3. Nine Planets
4. Ten Planets

2. Eight planets

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What is the height of a basketball hoop in feet?
1. 9 feet
2. 11 feet
3. 10 feet
4. 12 feet

3. 10 feet

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Who was the first man to land on the moon?
1. Neil Armstrong
2. Alan Bean
3. Pete Conrad
4. Buzz Aldrin

1. Neil Armstrong

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What is a baby horse called?
1. Dams
2. Mares
3. A Pride
4. A Foal

4. A foal

Q.

Where was pizza invented?
1. United States
2. Naples, Italy
3. Canada
4. New Zealand

2. Naples, Italy

Q.

What type of animal is a seahorse?
1. Crustacean
2. Arachnid
3. Fish
4. Shell

3. FISH

Q.

What existing bird has the largest wingspan?
1. Stork
2. Swan
3. Condor
4. Albatross

4. Albatross

Q.

What is the biggest animal that has ever lived?
1. Blue Whale
2. African Elephant
3. Apatosaurus
4. Spinosaurus

1. Blue Whale

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Which of these animals lives the longest?
1. Ocean Quahog
2. Red Sea Urchin
3. Galapagos Tortoise
4. Rougheye Rockfish

3. Galapagos Tortoise

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What are female elephants called?
1. Mares
2. Sows
3. Cows
4. Dams

3. Cows

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Which of the following animals sleeps standing up?
1. Gorillas
2. Flamingos
3. Hedgehogs
4. Ravens

2. Flamingos

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Which is the largest plateau in the world?
1. Tibetan Plateau
2. Deccan Plateau
2. Mexican Plateau
3. Columbia Plateau

1. Tibetan Plateau

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Which famous explorer discovered Cuba?
1. Christopher Columbus
2. Willem Janszoon
3. Abel Tasman
4. Peter The Great

1. Christopher Columbus

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What is another word for a ‘lexicon’?
1. Dictionary
2. Vocabulary
3. Terminology
4. Thesaurus

4. Thesaurus

Q.

Can you name the country from where Parmesan cheese comes?
1. London
2. Italy
3. France
4. China

2. Italy

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What is the largest big cat in the world?

Tiger

Q.

How many legs does an octopus have?

Eight

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3. Yes or no? Is a dolphin a mammal?

YES

Q.

What is a group of lions called?

A Pride

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What is the slowest animal in the world?

Three-toed sloth

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What are baby goats called?

Kids

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What do camels store in their humps?

Fat

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What is the only mammal which can fly?

Bat

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What type of animal is a poodle?

Dog

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The world feline relates to what type of animal?

Three-toed sloth

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Which country is also known as the Netherlands?

Holland

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Mount Everest lies in which mountain range?

The Himalayas

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What is the hottest continent on Earth?

Africa

Q.

Which planet is nearest to the Earth?

Venus

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What is the proper term for your funny bone?

Humerus

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When light bends as it enters a different medium the process is known as what?

Refraction

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What is the first name of the famous scientist who gave us Newtons’ three laws of motion?

Issac

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The wire inside an electric bulb is known as what?

Filament

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Botany is the study of what?

Plants

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Which famous scientist introduced the idea of natural selection?

Charles Darwin

Q.

Earth is in which galaxy?

The Milky Way galaxy

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Is the sun a star or a planet?

A star

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What planet is known as the red planet?

Mars
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