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100

Worship of Krishna is observed by which Religious Faith?

Hinduism

100

Known as “The Living Saint”

Mother Teresa
During her lifetime, she was often referred to as a “living saint,” winning the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize for her work with the Missionaries of Charity helping the poor and sick people.

100

What Disney Channel series launched Miley Cyrus to fame?

Hannah Montana

100

What do bees collect and use to create honey?

Nectar
Bees collect nectar from the blossom by sucking it out with their tongues. They store it in what's called their honey stomach, which is different from their food stomach.

100

Which pink flower that grows on trees brings thousands of visitors to Japan annually when in full bloom?

Cherry Blossom

200

In which film did father and son actors Will and Jaden Smith first appear together?

The Pursuit of Happyness

200

Internationally renowned, multi-Michelin starred chef and is also known for his bluntness, fiery temper, strict demeanour, and straight forward comments.

Gordon Ramsay

200

In what reality TV show are contestants eliminated in "tribal council"?

Survivor

200

What is the only letter that does  not appear in the periodic table of elements?

J

200

Alnwick Castle in England is used for the exterior shots in which film series?

Harry Potter

300

According to Greek mythology, who was the first woman on earth?

Pandora

In Greek mythology, Pandora was the first human woman created by Hephaestus on the instructions of Zeus.

300

Famous siblings who were authors of a German Dictionary and more than 200 fairy tales

Grimm Brothers
(Jacob Ludwig Karl Grimm and Wilhelm Carl Grimm)

300

What is the name of Batman’s butler?

Alfred Pennyworth

300

Animals that are active during dawn and dusk are called what type of animals?

Crepuscular

Crepuscular, a word drawn from the Latin word for “twilight,” is a term for animals that are active primarily at dawn and dusk. Examples are domestic cats, rabbits and deer among others

300

This U.S. state is also known as the “Artichoke Capital of the World”?

California

Castroville is a rural town in California that grows a lot of artichokes (and other vegetable crops). It grows 99.9% of all commercially grown artichokes and has even been nicknamed the "Artichoke Capital of the World."

400

In the Bible, What did Joseph tell his brothers about his dreams that upset them?

The dreams said he would become greater and rule over them.

400

What was the first name of the President who gave his name to Teddy Bears?

Theodore
In 1902, President Roosevelt participated in a bear-hunting trip in Mississippi. While hunting, Roosevelt declared the behavior of the other hunters “unsportsmanlike" after he refused to kill a bear they had captured.

400

In "The Fellowship of the Ring", what is the name of the ferry the hobbits use to escape the Black Riders?

Bucklebury Ferry

Frodo tells Merry that he needs to get to Bree, so Merry tells him "Buckleberry Ferry"

400

The joints of the body are designed so that they allow bones to interface and move. This specific type of joint however, is rigid and does not allow movement. What type of joint is this?

Suture joints
Sutures are immovable joints found only between the flat, plate-like bones of the skull. There is limited movement until about 20 years of age, after which they become fixed and immobile.

400

Only two countries use purple in their national flags. One is Nicaragua, what is the other one?

Dominica

500

In 2004, after the release of an eye-opening documentary, Mcdonald’s discontinue what menu offering?

Any Supersized meals

500

In 1968 the Oscars were postponed for 48 hours because of whose death?

Martin Luther King

500

What video game is Thor playing in Avengers: Endgame?

Fortnite

500

This animal’s fingerprints closely resemble that of a human’s. So much so in fact, that inspecting its fingerprint side by side with a human print might make it impossible to differentiate. What animal is it?

Koala

Koalas are marsupials – animals that have permanent poaches in which they carry their youngs. These marsupials have almost identical fingerprints to us humans.

500

The longest place name in the world belongs to Taumatawhakatangi­hangakoauauotamatea­turipukakapikimaunga­horonukupokaiwhen­uakitanatahu. In what island country it is situated?

New Zealand
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