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Category: Animal Trivia

  1. Believed to grow as large as 60 feet (18 meters), what is the largest species of shark currently living in the ocean?

Ans: Whale Shark (Rhincodon typus)

  1. Which marine animal is the only known natural predator of the great white shark?

Ans: Orca (killer whale)

3.“Dazzle” is a term used for a group of what type of animal?

Ans: Zebra

  1. What semi-aquatic, egg laying mammal, is native to Australia and Tasmania?

Ans: The platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus)

  1. Ambergris is a waxy substance that originates as a secretion from what aquatic animal?

Ans: Sperm whale

  1. What is the term for a group of kangaroos?

Ans: Mob, troop or court

  1. The process of making cow’s milk safe for human consumption is called what?

Ans: Pasteurization

  1. Which bird has eyes that are larger than its brain?

Ans: Ostrich

9.What is the only snake in the world that builds a nest for its eggs?

Ans: King Cobra

  1. What is the only mammal born with horns?

Ans: Giraffe

Category: Computer Trivia

  1. To celebrate its 30th birthday in 2010, Google placed a playable version of what arcade game on its homepage?

Ans: Pac-Man

  1. When referring to phone calls made over the internet, what does the acronym VoIP stand for?

Ans: Voice over Internet Protocol

  1. When referring to a website’s address was does the acronym URL stand for?

Ans: Uniform Resource Locator

  1. A modulator-demodulator is a hardware device better known as what?

Ans: Modem

  1. The name of the popular online battle royale game PUBG, is short for what?

Ans: PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds

  1. When referring to cables used to transmit audio/video, what does HDMI stand for?

Ans: High-Definition Multimedia Interface

  1. What do the letters CPU stand for when referring to the “brains” of a computer?

Ans: Central Processing Unit

  1. On which popular website do users send tweets?

Ans: Twitter

  1. Mark Zuckerberg was one of the founders of which social networking site?

Ans: Facebook

  1. Regarding data storage, what does the acronym SSD stand for?

Solid State Drive.

Category: Earth Trivia

  1. What common expression is used to refer to the horseshoe shaped zone found along the Pacific Rim where approximately 90% of the world’s earthquakes occur?

Ans: Ring of Fire

  1. What is the name of the phenomenon when the magnetosphere in the Northern Hemisphere is disturbed by the solar wind resulting in a natural light display?

Ans: Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights)

  1. Which is the most abundant metal in the earth’s crust?

Ans: Aluminium

  1. What is the second most abundant element in the earth’s atmosphere?

Ans: Oxygen

  1. What is the world’s largest ocean?

Ans: The Pacific Ocean

  1. In what month is the Earth closest to the sun?

Ans: January

  1. What is the most abundant element in the earth’s atmosphere?

Ans: Nitrogen

  1. In terms of geographical area, what is the largest country in Africa?

Ans: Algeria

  1. Lake Chapala is the largest freshwater lake in which country?

Ans: Mexico

  1. The highest mountain on Earth, Mount Everest, is located in which mountain range?

Ans: The Himalayas.

Category: Food Trivia

  1. Snickers is a brand name chocolate bar made by which American company?

Ans: Mars, Incorporated

  1. When used in the kitchen, sodium bicarbonate is more commonly known as what?

Ans: Baking soda

  1. What type of pasta is commonly known as bow-tie pasta or butterfly pasta?

Ans: Farfalle

  1. Peri-peri, cayenne and bird’s eye are all a type of what?

Ans: Chili pepper

  1. A deficiency of what vitamin may lead to dry eyes and night blindness?

Ans: Vitamin A

  1. Which South American country is the world’s largest producer of Coffee?

Ans: Brazil

  1. Tom yum is a type of hot and sour soup that originated in which country?

Ans: Thailand

  1. What fruit is thrown at the annual food fight festival held in Buñol, Spain?

Ans: Tomato

  1. Hamburgers get their name from what European city?

Ans: Hamburg, Germany

  1. When a drink is served “on the rocks”, it is served with what?

Ans: Ice cubes

Category: Science Trivia

  1. SpaceX, an American aerospace manufacturer was founded in 2002 by which entrepreneur?

Ans: Elon Musk

  1. Which theorem is a fundamental relation in Euclidean geometry among the three sides of a right triangle?

Ans: Pythagorean theorem

  1. Lead is a chemical element with what symbol on the periodic table?

Ans: Pb

  1. On the periodic table, which element has an atomic weight of 1.00794?

Ans: Hydrogen

  1. When referring to a medical imaging technique, what does MRI stand for?

Ans: Magnetic resonance imaging

  1. Introduced by Edward Jenner In 1796, what was the first successful vaccine to be developed?

Ans: Smallpox vaccine

  1. An Astronomical Unit is the mean distance between the centre of what two objects?

Ans: The Sun and Earth

  1. What type of number has no factors other than 1 and itself?

Ans: Prime Number

  1. Tuberculosis is a disease caused by bacteria that usually attack which organ?

Ans: Lungs

  1. What are the only two letters of the alphabet that do not appear on the Periodic Table?

Ans: J & Q


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