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General Knowledge Trivia Questions And Answers

  • When did Apple introduce its first tablet computer The Newton MessagePad?

In first week of August 1993.

  • How big is the eye of a giant squid?

It is as big as a basketball.

  • A deer lacks what organ?

Gall bladder.

  • What organ regulates metabolism in humans?

Thyroid.

  • Okinawa is found in which country?

Japan.

  • During World War II how many U-boats did Germany lose?

630 U-boats.

  • What US president died during World War II?

President Franklin D Roosevelt.

  • During the Cold War in which country did the Soviet Union station their US aimed missiles?

Cuba.

  • Which wild cat has a spotted coat?

Leopard.

  • What are baby turkeys known as…

Poults.

  • What is the medical use for Aloe Vera gel?

Treating burns.

  • Where is the Crater Lake found?

On Mount Mazama.

  • Snails can sleep for as long as 5 years true or false?

False, snails can sleep a maximum of 3 years.

  • The Great Britain has what animal in its emblem?

A lion.

  • Big Mac is a product of what fast food restaurant?

McDonalds.

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  • What is Chiffonade?

Simply the preparation of shredded or finely cut leaf vegetables, used as a garnish for soup.

  • What are Butter Beans also known as?

Lima Beans.

  • On what day did God create man in the Old Testament of the Bible?

On the sixth day.

  • According to the Bible how many people were on the Ark?

8 people.

  • In the Bible what was the name of Nabal’s wife that later married King David?

Abigail.

  • What is the name of the first civilization?

Sumerian civilization.

  • In what German city are Audi cars produced?

Ingolstadt.

  • Kellogg’s Corn Flakes has a rooster named…

Cornelius.

  • What is the capital of Lesotho?

Maseru.

  • The movie American Horror Story starred which popular American singer?

Lady Gaga.

  • What country is the largest in Africa?

Sudan.

  • What marsupial in Australia looks like monkeys?

Cuscus.

  • What does ‘Classify’ in science mean?

To group.

  • What are Ibiza, Manorca and Majora collectively known as?

Balearic islands.

  • Bogota is the capital of which country?

Colombia.

  • Who was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic?

Amelia Earhart.

  • ‘Liberty cabbage’ is another name for what food?

Sauerkraut.

  • Which famous person became Salvador Dali’s friend when he was in Paris?

Pablo Picasso.

  • Which famous painter named his daughter Paloma?

Pablo Picasso.

  • Where is Mount Fiji found?

Japan.

  • What is the capital city of Mexico?

Mexico city.

  • In what country is the city Casablanca found?

Morocco.

  • Tomalley is a delicacy made from what?

Liver of a lobster.

  • What is Cenozoic Era?

It is the current era in the geologic scale.

  • Snakes and reptiles are found in every continent except…?

Antarctica.

  • How many tribes make up the Native American group Wampanoag?

Five tribes.

  • What is the phonograph?

It is the first sound recording device.

  • What is the work of the Melanin in the human body?

It controls the color of the skin.

  • What country is the most bombed country in the world?

Laos.

  • In 1940, who was the popular Russian personality was assassinated by Ramon Mercader?

Leon Trotsky.

  • What are the component elements of water?

Hydrogen and Oxygen.

  • Sodium combines with what gas to produce cooking salt?

Chlorine.

  • Taipei is the capital of which country?

Taiwan.

  • At what temperature does water freeze?

0 degrees Celsius or 32 degrees Fahrenheit.

  • In what country are these cities found Keflavik, Reykjavik, and Akureyri?

Iceland.

  • President George H. W Bush had a Vice in the person of…?

Dan Quayle.

  • What is the British Island Lindisfarne also known as?

Holy Island.

  • What is the first thing a zygote forms during the process of mitosis?

An embryo.

  • The Austro-Hungarian Empire had its last emperor in the person of…?

Karl I.

  • When did the rebellion against British rule in Ireland happened?

Easter Sunday of 1916.

  • Marco Polo is a product of which country?

Italy.

  • The Brandenburg Gate is found in which city and country?

Berlin in Germany.

  • When was the skeleton of the Piltdown man found and what name was it given?

In 1912 and was named Missing Link.

  • What is one nautical mile per hour also known as?

A knot.

  • The atmosphere on Mars is made up of what?

Carbon Dioxide.

  • Captain Cook traveled on his first voyage with which famous botanist?

Joseph Banks.

  • Professionals who study cells are known as…?

Cytologists.

  • When was the Apollo 12 mission launched?

14th of November 1969.

  • The Kiss was painted by which famous painter?

Gustav Klimt.

  • An icosahedron has how many faces/sides?

20 sides.

  • What are Salmon patches also known as…?

Stork bites.

  • Allies and Axis were the two sides of what war?

World War II.

  • During World War I where was the Gallipoli campaign fought?

Turkey.

  • What was the name of the Hydrogen Bomb in 1952’s Operation Ivy?

Mike.

  • In the Christian calendar, when does Easter come?

40 days after Lent.

  • What is the meaning of the word ‘auto’?

Self.

  • What is Silica?

It is the product of the combination of Silicon and Oxygen.

  • Isn’t Life Delicious?‘ was the ad slogan used by which brand?

Life Savers.

  • When was the North Atlantic Treaty Organization(NATO) founded?

In 1949.

  • The world’s firs computer was given what name?

ENIAC.

  • In what year was Apartheid discontinued?

In 1990.

  • What does B.I.D mean in prescription medication?

Twice daily.

  • Hunger is controlled by what part of the brain?

The hypothalamus.

  • What is the name of Santa’s female reindeer?

Vixen.

  • What is a updraft?

A small scale current of rising air, usually within a cloud.

  • Acura is owned by what car company?

Honda.

  • The Latin phrase ‘Caveat emptor’ means what when used in English?

Buyer Beware.

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