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This group of animals, when together, is referred to as a band.

Gorillas

100

The baseball term "home run" was borrowed from this sport.

Cricket

100

This group of animals, when together, is referred to as a troop or mob.

Kangaroos

100

In the case of a medical emergency, coconut water can be used as a substitute for this bodily fluid.

Blood Plasma

100

The unicorn is the national animal of this country.

Scotland

100

The one-hundred folds in a chef’s hat represent the 100 ways to cook this common kitchen ingredient.

An Egg

100

This is the primary language of approximately one-quarter of Canadians.

French

100

Red blood cells produced here in the human body.

Bone Marrow

200

This country consumes the most chocolate per capita.

Switzerland

200

An Olympic swimming pool is this many meters in length.

50 meters

200

 The human body contains this many rib bones.

24

200

Starbucks opened its first store in this city in 1971.

Seattle

200

This fruit floats because 25% of its volume is air.

Apple

200

This country is the largest in terms of land area.

Russia

200

At 28,169 feet, Kanchenjunga (kuhn·chuhn·juhng·guh) is the tallest mountain in this country, and the third highest mountain in the world.

India

200

At 665,400 square miles, this is the largest US state.

Alaska 

300

According to Greek mythology, she was the first woman on earth.

Pandora

300

"Cynophobia" is the clinical term for what fear?

Fear of Dogs

300

An octopus has three of these.

Hearts

300

This the only US state that borders just one other state.

Maine

300

This blood type is known as the universal donor.

O-negative

300

This US state is known as "The Garden State."

New Jersey

300

To date, this many people have walked on the moon.

12 

300

India shares its longest land border with this neighboring country.

Bangladesh

500

This US state is known as the Empire State.

New York

500

This many countries count themselves as members of the United Nations.

193 

500

What is the largest type of deer?

Moose

500

This animal is constitutionally protected in Florida.

Pig

500

This is the most abundant metal in the Earth’s crust.

Aluminum

500

This is the official air traffic control designated call sign for a United States Air Force aircraft carrying the president of the United States.

Air Force One

500

Originally, Amazon sold only this type of product.

Books

500

These are the only mammals capable of flight.

Bats

600

This soft drink was the first to be consumed in space.

Coca Cola

600

This explorer is credited with naming the Pacific Ocean.

Ferdinand Magellan

600

This animal can be seen on the Porsche logo.

Horse

600

This man became President when John F. Kennedy was assassinated.

Lyndon B. Johnson 

600

This board game, with a movie of the same name, requires players to solve a murder mystery.

Clue

600

This watch company shares the same name as the term for an archaeological artifact.

Fossil

600

This boxer was known as "The Greatest" and "The People’s Champion."

Muhammad Ali

600

According to legend, the tea drinking began in this country in 2737 BC.

China

600

This country is known as the Land of White Elephants.

Thailand

600

This is the smallest ocean on Earth.

The Arctic

600

The Caesar salad originated in this country.

Mexico

600

Other than our sun, this is the brightest star in the sky.

Sirius 

600

This was the first Disney animated film based on the life of a real person.

Pocahontas

600

The human body contains 56 of these bones, which make up our fingers and toes.

Phalanges

600

This is the correct name for the hash or "#" symbol.

Octothorpe

600

This group of animals, when together, are referred to a smack.

Jellyfish

700

This city was formerly known as Constantinople.

Istanbul

700

This singer's legal name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta.

Lady Gaga

700

A bee has five of these.

Eyes

700

The bagel originated in this country.

Poland

700

Tanks were used in battle for the first time in this international conflict.

World War 1

700

This is the primary language spoken in Mexico.

Spanish

700

This continent contains 54 countries.

Africa

700

This group of animals, when together, is referred to as an ambush.

Tigers

800

Gouda cheese originates from this country.

The Netherlands

800

She was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize.

Marie Curie

800

This many of Snow White’s seven dwarves have names ending in the letter Y.

5

Dopey, Grumpy, Sneezy, Sleepy, Happy

800

This is the name for a community of ants.

A colony 

800

This is the most abundant element in the universe.

Hydrogen

800
Pixar released this, its first movie, in 1995.

Toy Story

800

Facebook launched in this year.

2004 

800

Bananas glow this color under ultraviolet light.

Blue

900

This is the loudest animal on Earth.

Sperm Whale

900

Robert Cawdrey, an English clergyman, produced one of the first of these in the English language.

A Dictionary

900

This African mammal has no vocal cords.

Giraffe 

900

This law, postulated by Issac Newton, states that, "for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction."

Third Law of Motion

900

A male donkey is known as a jack, and a female donkey is known as this.

Jennet

900

This is the longest artery in the human body.

Aorta

900

This is the rarest of all M&M candy colors.

Brown

900

This group of animals, when together, is referred to a murder.

Crows

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