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100

Where did the Olympic Games originate?

Greece

100

How many knees does an elephant have?

Four

100

What movie franchise is famous for, “may the force be with you?”

Star Wars

100

What does a carnivore eat?

Meat

100

What is the sweet substance made by bees?

Honey

100


A match

200

What empire did the country Turkey belong to during the First World War?

The Ottoman Empire


200

Arachnophobia is the fear of what?

Spiders

200

What is the highest-grossing video game franchise to date?

Mario

200

What is the only bird that can fly backwards?

The hummingbird

200

What element, whose symbol is Ca, is needed to keep bones healthy and strong?

Calcium

200


A screw

300

Which country gifted the Statue of Liberty to the USA?

France

300

What is the largest known animal?

Blue whale


300

How many Harry Potter books and movies are there?

7 books and 8 movies.

300

Dolly was the first ever living creature to be cloned. What type of animal was she?

Sheep

300

What red food is actually a fruit and not a veggie?

Tomato

300

A crayon

400

Who invented the telephone?

Alexander Graham Bell

400

What bird beats its wings between 60 and 80 times per second?

Hummingbird

400

Which Avenger, other than Captain America, was able to pick up Thor’s Mjolnir in the Marvel movies?

Vision

400

What is the chemical name for table salt?

Sodium chloride

400

Are humans omnivore, herbivore, or carnivore?

Omnivore

400


A shoelace

500

How many stars does the American Flag have?

50

500

How many hearts does an octopus have?

Three

500

What does the acronym “smh” stand for?

Shaking my head.

500

Diamonds are made up almost entirely of what element?

Carbon

500

What nutrient do you get from the meat, poultry, eggs, and fish?

Protein

500


Grain of sugar/salt/sand

600

Who was the first man on the moon?

Neil Armstrong and Buz Aldrin


600

How many compartments does a cow’s stomach have?

4

600

What 2013 movie is based on a future dystopian America, where all crime is made legal one night a year?

The Purge

600

How many digits of pi are there?

Infinite

600

Foods rich in starch such as pasta and bread are often known by what word starting with the letter C?

Carbohydrates

600


Pages of a book

700

The Plays Macbeth, Hamlet, and A midsummer Night’s Dream were all written by which author?

William Shakespeare


700

A lobster's teeth are located in which part of its body?

Their stomach

700

Which Disney princess has the least amount of dialogue in their movie?

Aurora/Sleeping Beauty

700

What sense don't dolphins have?

Smell

700

What is the only fruit to have seeds on the outside?

Strawberry

700


Soap foam

800

Which country first used paper money?

China

800

What farm animal shares its name with a country that is often said to border both Europe and Asia?

Turkey

800

What fictional town does Spongebob Squarepants live in?

Bikini Bottom


800

How many elements are there in the periodic table?

118

800

If I’m in Turkey eating layers of filo filled with chopped nuts and honey, what have I ordered?

Baklava

800


A paintbrush

900

In USSR, What does the letter “R” sand for?

Republic

900

What animal lives mainly in trees, and is apparently the slowest animal on the planet, taking up to 2 weeks to digest food?

Sloth

900

What are the names of the parents in The Simpsons?

Marge and Homer


900

Which planet has the most moons?

Jupiter

900

What percentage of a mushroom is water?

92%

900


A kitchen sponge
1000

Who painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel?

Michelangelo

1000

What is the only animal that can’t jump?

The elephant


1000

What band was Beyonce originally a part of?

Destiny’s Child


1000

What blood type do you need to be a universal donor?

O-

1000

The purpose of ketchup, other than a condiment, during the 1830’S was for what?

Medicine

1000


Lipstick

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