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100

How many rays are on the sun on Kazakhstan's flag?

32

100

How many states are in the United States?

50

100

Which bird is a symbol of peace?

the dove

100

How many Harry Potter movies are there?

8

100

What do you call a stretch of mountains, for example the Andes, Himalayas, or Rockies?

mountain range 

200

Which 5 countries share a border with Kazakhstan?

Russia, China, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan 

200
How many stripes are on the American flag?

13

200

What is the name for a group of lions?

a pride

200

What book is frequently claimed to be the "best-seller" in the English language?

the Bible
200

Who was the first person to land on the moon?

Neil Armstrong 

300

What is the tallest point in Kazakhstan?

Khan Tengri

300

How many U.S. presidents have been assassinated? For 100 bonus points, who was the most recent?

Four (bonus: John F. Kennedy)

300

Through what part of the body do dogs sweat

the tongue 

300

When was the first Harry Potter book published?

1997

300

What is the largest organ in the human body?

skin
400

What is the longest river in Kazakhstan?

Irtysh River

400
Washington D.C., the U.S. capital, is named after George Washington and which other person?

Christopher Columbus 

400

Which animal has the most powerful bite?

hippo

400

Which British Prime minister won the Nobel Prize for literature?

Winston Churchill 

400

What is the most abundant element on Earth?

Hydrogen

500

What fruit and flower are indigenous (meaning that they were first found here) to Kazakhstan?

the apple and tulip

500

The United States fought the war of 1812 against which country?

England 

500

What are the two mammals that lay eggs?

platypus and anteater 

500

Who is the best-selling horror author of the past 50 years?

Steven King

500

Diabetes develops as a result of a problem with which organ?

the pancreas 

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