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100

This city's nickname is the “Crossroads of the North”

Spooner, WI

100

Playing 16 years in the NBA, this player was commonly referred to as "the Round Mound of Rebound.”

Charles Barkley

100

This fish can detect a drop of blood in 25 gallons of water.

Great White Shark

100

Q: This streaming series stars “Grogu’ — who is most commonly referred to as “Baby Yoda.”

"The Mandalorian"

100

This fruit is the only one that bears its seeds on the outside.

Strawberry

200

This village is near Crex Meadows Wildlife Area, the largest wildlife area in Wisconsin. 

Grantsburg, WI

200

This “Star” player has the most rushing yards in NFL History

Emmitt Smith

200

This insect is the deadliest insect on the planet.

Mosquito

200

This 2019 Disney animated film is the highest-grossing Disney film of all time.

"Frozen 2"

200

This tree, found in Northern California, is the tallest growing tree on Earth.

(Coast) Redwood

300

This city was named for a lumberman who located the site for building a sawmill, around which the town grew.

Hayward, WI

300

This player has the most passing yards by an NFL QB in history, without winning a Super Bowl.

Dan Marino

300

A group of these small rodents is called a “business.”

Ferrets

300

Capital Cities/ABC, Inc., which owns 80% of this popular sports network, was bought by Disney in 1996 for $19 billion

ESPN

300

Small pockets of air inside this berry (common in Wisconsin), cause them to bounce and float in water.

Cranberries

400

The city was founded in 1885 and was initially named “Flambeau Falls.”

Ladysmith, WI

400

Nicknamed the "Man of Steal", this player is widely regarded as baseball's greatest leadoff hitter and baserunner of all time.

Ricky Henderson

400

This Animal's fingerprints are so similar to humans it could taint a crime scene.

Koala

400

Many consider Disney’s acquisition of this production company in 2012 for $4 Billion, to be one of the best business decisions ever made.

Lucasfilm

400

This versatile woody plant can grow up to 35 inches in a single day.

Bamboo

500

The original inhabitants of the area of this city were the Ojibwa Indians, who referred to the area as “zhedeg,” meaning pelicans.

Chetek, WI

500

This player has the second-most career points in NHL history, after Wayne Gretzky

Jaromír Jágr

500

This white-furred animal has jet-black skin underneath.

 Polar Bear

500

In 1957, Walt Disney banned male Disney employees from wearing this, which was due to his own ironic look.

Mustache

500

This popular ‘Nut’ is actually a bean.

Peanut

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