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Africa
100

Dominican Republic

North America

100

What material is picked up by magnets?

Metals

100

Can you name the cat that was always after a mouse named Jerry?

Tom

Tom the cat may have looked evil, but he just wanted to eat something. He always tried to be good, but Jerry constantly taunted him by messing with stuff around the house while Tom's owner tried to sleep.

100

What is a Baby Rabbit called?

Kit

100

Serengeti National Park is in which country?

Tanzania

200

San Marino

Europe

200

What do we call how hot or cold something is?

Temperature

200

his sailor is all about his veggies. Do you know his name?

Popeye

Popeye was in love with Olive Oyl, but she loved Bluto (or Brutus, depending on when you first watched the cartoon). Popeye was first seen on screen in 1929, and he is still loved today.


200

What’s the first thing a caterpillar usually eats after it’s born?

Other Bugs, Grass, Own eggshell or Cheerios

Own eggshells

200

Which lake is the largest lake in Africa and the main reservoir of the Nile? 

Lake Tanganyika or Lake Chad or Lake Victoria or Lake Malawi

Lake Victoria

300

Azerbaijan

Asia

300

How many teeth do adults have?

32

300

What is the name of the cartoon bird that can never believe his own eyes?

Hint: Yellow in colour 

Tweety Bird

Tweety Bird was everyone's favorite victim. Sylvester the cat, out for a little snack, would always try to attack Tweety, but Tweety had his defenses. He would torture that cat, but it was all in the name of self-preservation.

300

Which of the following animals is not nocturnal?

Sheep, Skunk, Leopard or Tiger

Sheep

300

Which country was formerly called Rhodesia? 

Algeria, Zimbabwe, Ethopia or Somalia


Zimbabwe

400

Burundi

Africa

400

Where do humans get their energy from?

Food

400

He has buck teeth and is always asking a particular question. Do you know this cartoon character?

Bugs Bunny

Bugs Bunny was created in the 1930s. "What's up, Doc?" is the catchphrase with which he is most associated. He has been around for nearly 100 years, and his movies haven't stopped. Whenever you think of Looney Toons, you probably picture Bugs immediately.

400

An ant says, “Danger ahead!” by doing what?

Squealing OR Running toward water OR Rolling on its back OR Oozing chemicals

Oozing chemical signals

400

Which country is the chief home of the Shona people?

Zimbabwe, Namibia, Kenya or Tanzania 

Zimbabwe

500

Eritrea

Africa

500

What process do plants use to make their own food?

Photosynthesis

500

Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?

SpongeBob SquarePants

"Absorbent and yellow and porous is he!" ... eh hem, sorry. SpongeBob SquarePants is one of the most popular cartoons in recent history. He is an innocent little sponge who is filled with happiness and joy.

500

How many koalas stacked on top of one another does it take to reach the height of a male giraffe—the world’s tallest land animal?

2, 4, 7 or 50


7 koalas

500

What is the North African mountain range that runs from the Moroccan port of Agadir in the southwest to the Tunisian capital of Tunis in the northeast?

Atlas Mountains

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