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Trivia Question: What is the rarest M&M color?



Brown

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Trivia Question: Who played James Bond in "No Time To Die" ? 

Daniel Craig

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Trivia Question: What is the nearest planet to the sun?

mercury

100

Trivia Question: Botany is the scientific study of what? 


plants

100

Trivia Question: The Statue of Liberty was given to the US by which country? 


France

100

How many times have the Olympics been held in Australia?

2

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Trivia Question: How many signs are there in the Zodiac?  

12


200

Trivia Question: What is the most consumed manufactured drink in the world?

Tea

200

Trivia Question: What are the names of Cinderella’s stepsisters?

Anastasia and Drizella

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Trivia Question: Name the layer which protects our earth from harmful rays?

Ozone

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Trivia Question: How many eyes does a bee have? 


5

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Trivia Question:What layer of the Earth is right below the crust?

Mantle

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What is a grand slam in baseball?

A home run with bases loaded

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Trivia Question: What is the only metal that is a liquid at normal pressure? 

Mercury

200

Trivia Question: What is the name given to Indian food cooked over charcoal in a clay oven?

Tandoori

200

Trivia Question: What was the first toy to be advertised on television?

Mr Potato Head from Toy Story

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Trivia Question: Name the three states of matter.

Solid, liquid, gas

200

Why are flamingos pink?

because of their diet

200

Which country is the third largest in Oceania? 

New Zealand

200

In the Olympic flag, what does the green rig symbolizes?

Oceania - is a geographical region that includes Australasia, Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia.[

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Trivia Question: What country has the most vending machines per capita?

Japan

300

What was the first soft drink in space?

Coca Cola

300

Trivia Question: What state is the Hollywood walk of fame in

California

300

Trivia Question: How many bones do sharks have?

None

Sharks have no bones. Unlike humans and vertebrate animals, the skeleton of a shark is not made of bones. Instead, it is made of cartilage and connective tissue, which are the same in our ears and nose.

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What is the main food source for pandas? 

bamboo

300

Trivia Question: Which country produces the most coffee in the world?

Brazil

300

What is the name of a backwards pass in football?

Lateral

300

What month of the year has 28 days?

ALL OF THEM

400

Trivia Question: Which country invented ice cream?


China

400

Trivia Question: What day is Star Wars Day?

May 4

400

How many teeth an adult human has?


32

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Trivia Question:  Which mammal has no vocal cords? Gorilla, coyote, monkey, or giraffe

Giraffe

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Trivia Question: What is the smallest country in the world?



Vatican City

400

 In which of golf’s Major tournaments is the winner presented with a green jacket?

The Masters.

400

Name one country which hasn't missed any of the modern-day Olympics

Greece and Australia 

500

Trivia Question: What is the only edible food that never goes bad?  

Honey

500

Trivia Question: What boxer is known as the Greatest of All Time?

Muhammed Ali

500

Trivia Question: What is the opposite of matter?

antimatter

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Trivia Question:  What organ does an octopus have three of?

heart

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Trivia Question: What is a meteorologist? News Reporter, sports analyst, or a person who studies the weather

Person who studies the weather.

500

What is a conversion after a try worth in Rugby League?

2 points

500

What is the plural of sheep?

Sheep

600

Trivia Question: What is the common name for dried plums?


Prunes

600

Trivia Question: Who Was the "king of rock and Roll"

Elvis

600

Trivia Question: What is the hottest planet? 


Venus

600

Which animal is said to have nine lives?

cat

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Trivia Question: What is the world’s biggest island?

Greenland

600

What are the team colors of the Indianapolis Colts?

Speed Blue And White

600

Trivia Question: What does Na stand for on the periodic table? 

Sodium (Salt)

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Trivia Question: What is Co2 referred to as?

Carbon Dioxide

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Trivia Question: What is the Golden man statue given to talented actors

An oscar

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Which "planet" used to be a planet, but was "degraded" to a dwarf planet?

Pluto

700

Trivia Question:  What is the only fruit that has its seeds on the outside?


Strawberry

700

Trivia Question: How many official languages does switzwerland have 

4

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in taekwondo, which belt is better - the blue or the green? 

the blue 

700

Who painted the famous Las Meninas?

Diego Velázquez

800

Trivia Question: From which country does Gouda cheese originate?

Netherlands

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Trivia Question: How many kids does Angelina Jolie have?

6

800

What is made by white blood cells to help fight off infection?

Antibodies

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What type of animal is a Flemish giant? 

rabbit

800

What is the capital of India?

New Dehli

800

 The Royal and Ancient Golf Club is the oldest golf club in the world and is considered to be the home of golf. In which country is it found?

Scotland (in the town of St. Andrews).

800

Trivia Question:  Grapes grow on trees?  True or False

False.. They grow on vines.

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