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    Trivia for All Answers:

    Trivia for All Answers Level 1

    1-1. What is the largest bird in the world? 1. bird 2. world answers: ostrich
    1-2. What colour are the eyes of new babies? 1. eyes 2. babies answers: blue
    1-3. What gas are the floating birthday balloons filled with? 1. gas 2. birthday answers: 3. balloons answers: helium
    1-4. Which desert covers most of North Africa? 1. desert 2. Africa answers: Sahara
    1-5. What Greek mythological horse sprang from the blood of Medusa? 1. horse 2. blood answers: 3. Medusa answers: Pegasus
    1-6. Who is really tall and yellow with brown spots? 1. yellow 2. spots answers: giraffe
    1-7. What is the name of the famous tower in France? 1. tower 2. France answers: Eiffel
    1-8. What animal is pink and has a curly tail? 1. pink 2. tail answers: pig
    1-9. What is a floating mass of ice? 1. floating 2. ice answers: iceberg
    1-10. What was the name of the queen of Egypt about 2000 years ago? 1. queen 2. Egypt answers: Cleopatra

    Trivia for All Answers Level 2

    2-1. What animal with big ears cannot jump? 1. ears 2. jump answers: elephant
    2-2. In which regions on Earth do the most destructive storms happen? 1. Earth 2. storms answers: tropics
    2-3. Animals that produce milk and have fur. 1. milk 2. fur answers: mammals
    2-4. What is the name of the keyboard instrument that you hold to your chest and squeeze? 1. keyboard 2. chest answers: accordion
    2-5. What type of triangle has three unequal sides? 1. triangle 2. three answers: scalene
    2-6. What element is missing in this list water, air, fire, ….? 1. fire earth 2. water answers:
    2-7. What brand of truck comes from the abbreviation used in the army for the “General Purpose” vehicle, G.P? 1. truck 2. army answers: Jeep
    2-8. What fruit contains potassium and helps to reduce blood pressure? 1. fruit 2. potassium answers: 3. pressure answers: banana
    2-9. Who built an ark and let the animals in two by two? 1. ark 2. animals answers: 3. two answers: Noah
    2-10. Which plant with thorns can be found in the driest places on Earth? 1. plant 2. thorns answers: 3. Earth answers: cactus

    Trivia for All Answers Level 3

    3-1. What is the name of a monkey that has red and blue face? 1. monkey 2. red answers: 3. face answers: mandrill
    3-2. In which city would you find Buckingham Palace? 1. city 2. Palace answers: London
    3-3. Which animal with long claws is the slowest moving mammal in the world? 1. claws 2. mammal answers: sloth
    3-4. What language is spoken in Austria? 1. language 2. Austria answers: German
    3-5. What is the second planet from the Sun? 1. planet 2. Sun answers: Venus
    3-6. What is the scientist that studies rocks called? 1. scientist 2. rocks answers: geologist
    3-7. Which planet is known as the Red planet? 1. planet 2. Red answers: Mars
    3-8. A vehicle with pedals. 1. vehicle 2. pedals answers: bicycle
    3-9. The world famous tennis tournament that takes place in England each summer. 1. tennis 2. England answers: 3. summer answers: Wimbledon
    3-10. Pharaoh is the common title of the monarchs of this ancient kingdom. 1. Pharaoh 2. monarchs answers: Egypt

    Trivia for All Answers Level 4

    4-1. What sea creature is 95 percent water? 1. sea 2. creature answers: 3. water answers: jellyfish
    4-2. In Greek mythology, who was the god of the ocean? 1. Greek 2. mythology answers: 3. ocean answers: Poseidon
    4-3. Which shape has six sides? 1. shape 2. six answers: hexagon
    4-4. What do you call a circular food from Italy? 1. food 2. Italy answers: pizza
    4-5. Who created the three laws of motion? 1. three 2. laws answers: Newton
    4-6. What is the body part that all birds have? 1. body 2. birds answers: beak
    4-7. What force pulls all objects toward the center of the Earth? 1. objects 2. center 3. Earth answers: gravity
    4-8. Most of these animals have scales. 1. animals 2. scales answers: reptiles
    4-9. What is the top layer of human skin? 1. layer 2. skin answers: epidermis
    4-10. Which sport is associated with a velodrome? 1. sport 2. velodrome answers: cycling

    Trivia for All Answers Level 5

    5-1. What do we call a group of birds? 1. group 2. birds answers: flock
    5-2. When heat is transferred through a liquid or gas, it is called … 1. heat 2. liquid answers: 3. gas answers: convection
    5-3. Where do gorillas sleep? 1. gorillas 2. sleep answers: nest
    5-4. What vehicle runs on rails and blows a whistle? 1. rails 2. whistle answers: train
    5-5. What is a coat that looks like a blanket with a hole in the center for the head? 1. coat 2. blanket answers: 3. head answers: poncho
    5-6. What is the largest fruit from Southeast Asia? 1. fruit 2. Asia answers: jackfruit
    5-7. The Statue of Liberty was given to the United States by which country? 1. Liberty 2. country answers: France
    5-8. What is the name of the Greek god of music? 1. name 2. god answers: 3. music answers: Apollo
    5-9. What animal uses tools more than any other animal except man? 1. animal 2. tools answers: 3. man answers: chimpanzee
    5-10. What bird can fly backward? 1. bird 2. fly answers: hummingbird

    Trivia for All Answers Level 6

    6-1. Which of the five main senses is the most dominant? 1. five 2. senses answers: vision
    6-2. What is the largest island on Earth? 1. island 2. Earth answers: Greenland
    6-3. What animal has a tongue that is longer than its tail? 1. tongue 2. tail answers: chameleon
    6-4. What chemical element is named after Cyprus? 1. element 2. Cyprus answers: copper
    6-5. Which color symbolizes the deadly sin of envy? 1. color 2. envy answers: green
    6-6. What is the color of the black box in airplanes? 1. black 2. box answers: 3. airplanes answers: orange
    6-7. What animal can have teeth longer than half of its body? 1. animal 2. teeth answers: 3. body answers: narwhal
    6-8. Which French Emperor and a cake have the same name? 1. French 2. Emperor answers: 3. cake answers: Napoleon
    6-9. What do butterflies use to taste their food? 1. butterflies 2. food answers: feet
    6-10. What is the color of the polar bear’s skin? 1. color 2. bear answers: 3. skin answers: black

    Trivia for All Answers Level 7

    7-1. Which mollusc has three hearts? 1. mollusc 2. three answers: 3. hearts answers: octopus
    7-2. Which bird lays the biggest egg found on land? 1. bird 2. egg answers: 3. land answers: ostrich
    7-3. Which is the only metal that is liquid at normal room temperature and that has the same name as a planet? 1. metal 2. temperature answers: 3. planet answers: mercury
    7-4. Which animals holds their hands in group while they eat, while they rest and while they sleep? 1. hands 2. eat answers: 3. sleep answers: otters
    7-5. What country was considering beer to be a soft drink until 2011? 1. country 2. beer answers: 3. drink answers: Russia
    7-6. What animal of the sea can detect one part of blood in 100 million parts of water? 1. sea 2. blood answers: 3. water answers: shark
    7-7. What is the smallest ocean in the world? 1. ocean 2. world answers: Arctic
    7-8. In which country is the tallest mountain partially located? 1. country 2. mountain answers: Nepal
    7-9. Who is 1% shorter in the evening than in the morning? 1. evening 2. morning answers: humans
    7-10. What is the 3rd largest land mammal after the elephant and the rhinoceros? 1. elephant 2. rhinoceros answers: hippopotamus

    Trivia for All Answers Level 8

    8-1. What does a giraffe use to clean its own ears? 1. giraffe 2. clean answers: 3. ears answers: tongue
    8-2. What was the official language of England for over 600 years? 1. language 2. England answers: French
    8-3. What animal can hear a mouse moving underneath a foot of snow? 1. mouse 2. snow answers: coyote
    8-4. What scientists discovered radium? 1. radium 2. scientists answers: answers: Curie
    8-5. Benjamin Franklin invented lightning rod, a kind of stove, and this musical instrument. 1. lightning 2. stove answers: 3. instrument answers: armonica
    8-6. What piece of clothing was invented by French fashion designer Louis Reard in 1946? 1. clothing 2. designer answers: bikini
    8-7. What animal almost always gives birth to quadruplets? 1. animal 2. quadruplets answers: armadillos
    8-8. Worcestershire sauce, the popular English sauce, is made from what little fish? 1. sauce 2. fish answers: anchovies
    8-9. Which organ is like a sponge, lightweight and fills most of the space inside the chest? 1. organ 2. sponge answers: 3. chest answers: lungs
    8-10. What is the French name for a fish stew with provençal herbs and spices in the broth, that combines many kinds of fish? 1. stew 2. herbs answers: 3. spices answers: Bouillabaisse

    Trivia for All Answers Level 9

    9-1. How many people play in a water polo team? 1. people 2. team answers: seven
    9-2. What is the practice of covering the roots of a plant with a layer of bark or other material to protect them from frost? 1. roots 2. plant answers: 3. frost answers: mulching
    9-3. What is the collective name for fishing lines, hooks, floats and weights? 1. lines 2. hooks answers: 3. floats answers: tackle
    9-4. Bricks made from earth mixed with straw and dried in the sun. 1. Bricks 2. straw answers: 3. sun answers: adobe
    9-5. What are the largest flowers of the genus Helianthus? 1. flowers answers: Sunflower
    9-6. How many arms or tentacles do squids have? 1. arms 2. tentacles answers: 3. squids answers: ten
    9-7. Cork is harvested from bark of what kind of tree? 1. Cork 2. bark 3. tree answers: oak
    9-8. Koala, kangaroo, and wallaby are members of this group of mammals. 1. Koala 2. kangaroo answers: 3. wallaby answers: marsupials
    9-9. What is the unit of currency in Russia? 1. currency 2. Russia answers: Ruble
    9-10. What tower became the tallest tower in the world in 1889 (taller than the Great Pyramids)? 1. tower 2. world answers: 3. Pyramids answers: Eiffel

    Trivia for All Answers Level 10

    10-1. In which part of the body would you usually find varicose veins? 1. body 2. veins answers: legs
    10-2. What is the other word for belly button? 1. word 2. belly answers: umbilicus
    10-3. Which reptiles are camouflaged by changing color? 1. reptiles 2. color answers: chameleons
    10-4. In Europe, what is the color representing the easy ski slope for skiers? 1. Europe 2. slope answers: 3. skiers answers: green
    10-5. What replaces the iron in the game of Monopoly? 1. iron 2. game answers: cat
    10-6. What is the name of the tiny blood vessels? 1. name 2. blood answers: capillaries
    10-7. Part of the human anatomy protecting the heart and the lungs. 1. anatomy 2. heart answers: 3. lungs answers: thorax
    10-8. How do you call the joint that connects a foot with a leg? 1. foot 2. leg answers: ankle
    10-9. What is the largest state in the United States of America? 1. America answers: Alaska
    10-10. Which fruit is traditionally used in the recipe for Liverpool Tart? 1. fruit 2. Tart answers: lemon

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