Welcome to the ‘Science’ category of the hit trivia game ‘Trivia Crack’. Below is all the answers to this category. This fun trivia game is developed by Etermax and is available on iPhone, iPad, iPod and Android, This game is even available on Facebook.If you think were missing something please let us know down below. As mentioned below the table we’ve had some issues but this wont stop you from collecting your answers to your favorite game.
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Question: What animal has the highest blood pressure?
Question: What are the audible consequences of apnea?
Question: What does a glaucoma provoke if its not treated?
Question: What is the building block of matter?
Question: What can not be done as we swallow?
Question: What happens with the temperature when boiling point is reached?
Answer: Its maintained stable
Question: What’s the name of the chronic mood disorder that alternates periods of hypomanic symptoms with periods of mild depression?
Question: What is the square root of 169?
Question: Only two species are poisonous the Mexican beaded and the Gila monster, which is also the largest one in the US. What is it?
Question: When are young elephants considered to be adults?
Answer: 12 to 15 years old
Question: Au is an abbreviation for which chemical element?
Question: Which of these is a theory about the creation of the universe?
Answer: Big Bang
Question: Which two common household items have a violent chemical reaction when combined?
Answer: Sodium bicarbonate and vinegar
Question: What prevents virus replication?
Question: Which of these birds has the fastest flap of wings?
Question: Which is not an electrical SI unit of measurement?
Question: What is needed for respiration?
Answer: Glucose and Oxygen
Question: How is a tooth cavity usually fixed?
Answer: By filling it
Question: What is obtained after mixing hydrochloric acid and sodium hydroxide?
Answer: Water and sodium chloride
Question: What does an speleologist study?
Question: Which is the name of the most extended artery of the human body?
Question: What is the function of the ribosome in a cell?
Answer: Protein synthesis
Question: What other name does the water cycle receive?
Answer: Hydrologic cycle
Question: What’s the only liquid metal?
Question: Which physical property of light gives rise to our experience of color?
Answer: Wavelength of light
Question: How can you calculate the age of a tree?
Answer: Counting the rings of its trunk
Question: What was Pangea?
Answer: A super continent
Question: How can you distinguish a tiger mosquito from a common mosquito?
Answer: The stripes in its legs, it stings during day and it flies slowly
Question: What is the speed of sound?
Answer: 343 m/s
Question: Which part of the eye responds to light?
Question: Where are the metatarsal bones?
Answer: The foot
Question: A prion consists only of?
Question: Microwave ovens heat food by exciting which of the following molecules?
Question: Which of the following describe types of electrical circuits?
Answer: Parallel and Series
Question: Which animal has the largest heart of any land mammal?
Question: What’s the colostrum?
Answer: The first breast milk
Question: How old can a camel be?
Question: Which of the following means high definitions?
Question: What is aboulia?
Answer: A decrease of motivation
Question: Approximately how many bones does an adult body have?
Question: Cider comes from what fruit?
Question: What does HDD mean in computer science?
Answer: Hard Disk Drive
Question: What is the Latin name for gold?
Question: What is plastic made of?
Question: Carcharodon Carcharias is the scientific name given to which species?
Answer: Great White Shark
Question: Which is the hormone responsible for regulating glucose in blood?
Question: What does vexology study?
Question: What is etymology?
Answer: The study of a word origin
Question: What’s the largest muscle of the human body?
Answer: Gluteus Maximus
Question: What is the first sense a baby develops?
Question: What is a hypotenuse?
Answer: The longest side of a triangle
Question: The Statue of Liberty is covered in what material?
Question: What test? done right after the baby’s born, tells if there is any sign of asphyxia or perinatal suffering?
Answer: Apgar Score
Question: The periodic table of the elements is know in Russia as what?
Answer: The Mendeleev Table
Question: What is the name of the outside part of the ear?
Question: What kind of animal is a German Spitz?
Answer: A dog
Question: What organ produces bile?
Question: To what are photosensitive materials sensitive?
Question: What way of administrating medicine is faster?
Question: What happens to energy?
Answer: Energy changes form
Question: What is the square root of 121?
Question: How many horns did a triceratops have?
Question: Name of the cell’s organelle that is in charge of making proteins?
Question: What does an ornithologist study?
Question: What’s the coloured part of the human eye called?
Question: How many chromosomes does the average human have?
Question: What’s the name of the burners used in chemical labs?
Question: What organ is affected in a hepatomegaly?
Question: What animal was used to prove the idea of Classical Conditioning?
Question: Which vitamin is necessary to absorb calcium?
Answer: Vitamin D
Question: Which dinosaur could fly?
Question: During a 24 hour period, how many times does the International Space Station orbit the earth?
Question: Which process turn sugar into alcohol?
Question: Which of these planets is furthest from the Sun?
Question: Which is the hardest material?
Question: What systems main functions is to eliminate the body’s waste?
Answer: Urinary system
Question: Which of the following is a noble gas?
Answer: All three
Question: What’s the snail?
Question: Of what is seismology the study?
Question: Which vitamin is especially important for the formation of collagen?
Answer: Vitamin C
Question: Who said that ‘objects which have no resultant force are either stationary or moving at constant velocity’?
Question: Which of Earths movement causes day and night?
Question: What phase transition occurs during sublimation?
Answer: Solid to gas
Question: What was the name of the dog from the Soviet Union that became the first animal in the space?
Question: Which is the range of the pH scale?
Answer: 0 to 14
Question: What are two divisions in the nervous system?
Answer: Central and Peripheral
Question: Hydrogen is the first element in the periodic table. What’s the second?
Question: What Apollo first arrived to the Moon?
Answer: Apollo 11
Question: what’s the name of the science that studies ecosystems?
Question: What pigment is produced by hemoglobin after red blood cells are destroyed?
Question: What’s the biggest mammal?
Question: Who made the Pea plant experiment?
Answer: Gregor Mendel
Question: Who envisioned wireless technology in the 1800’s?
Answer: Nikola Tesla
Question: How are the holes of Swiss cheese made?
Answer: Carbon dioxide
Question: What do you measure with a hygrometer?
Question: Which country has a nuclear free treaty?
Answer: New Zealand
Question: What is the lobe located at the front of the brain?
Answer: Frontal lobe
Question: What’s the name of the largest known star?
Answer: Canis Majoris
Question: The body of an adult insect is divided into how many parts?
Question: What two ingredients are used to make science fair volcanoes?
Answer: Baking soda and vinegar
Question: What are the building blocks of proteins?
Answer: Amino Acids
Question: Which is organ is responsible for filtration?
Question: Which of the following is a liver disease?
Question: Which of the following is forbidden in a vegan diet?
Question: Tectonic plates interact though what?
Question: How many seconds are one hour?
Answer: 3600 seconds
Question: What color is perceived by cone cells with less sensitivity?
Question: Where is the thyroid gland?
Answer: The Neck
Question: What kind of mammal is a platypus?
Answer: Monotreme mammal
Question: The bee belongs to what family?
Question: What animal skin is similar to ours?
Answer: Pigs skin
Question: How is the natural hallucinogenic substance ayahuasca consumed?
Answer: It is ingested
Question: What is the function of molar teeth?
Question: What initials are given to lysergic acid?
Question: How many degrees does a circle have?
Answer: 360 degrees
Question: What is Linux?
Answer: An operating system
Question: How many stomachs do cows have?
Question: What did Newton discover?
Answer: The gravity law
Question: ln what stage of pregnancy is the human form recognized?
Answer: Third month
Question: Which of these kills its victims by constriction?
Question: What’s the hardest substance in the human body?
Answer: Tooth enamel
Question: What’s the name of the therapy that uses the sunlight on the body?
Answer: Light therapy
Question: What’s the name of the lower layer of the atmosphere?
Question: What does ATP stand for?
Answer: Adenosine Triphosphate
Question: What is the Latin word for knee cap?
Question: Who formulated E=mc^2?
Answer: Albert Einstein
Question: What is the common name for Dihydrogen Monoxide?
Question: Who was Copernicus?
Answer: Copernicus formulated the heliocentric model
Question: What science studies the weather?
Question: What is the study of Plants?
Question: Scientists believe that the shark was the first animal to develop what?
Question: What is the chemical sign for aluminum?
Question: What does the Spanish word ‘Luna’ refer to?
Question: What do we use our strongest muscles for?
Question: Where do tiger mosquitoes come from?
Answer: South East Asia
Question: Which of the following felines is faster?
Question: Which of the following is a good conductor of electricity?
Question: what’s the smallest structure material can be found in a stable form?
Question: Which one of the following is a mass unit?