is the biggest object ever to disappear completely in quicksand?
*a small building
2.If you saved all the skin you shed in a year, what
would it weigh as much of?
3.What is the most common non-contagious disease in
4.Thomas Edison invented a machine for getting rid
of what stubborn bug?
5.Which of these never stops growing as long as it
*a palm tree
*a palmetto bug
6.If you could measure all the bacteria living in
and on your body, what
would it fill?
7.What was a sign of wealth in 19th century England?
8.Where would you find your philtrum?
*under your eye
*under your ears
*under your mouth
*under your nose
9.What was the first creature to travel in space?
10.In Utah, USA, in the 1870s what could a slot machine
*a driver's license
*a traffic ticket
11.A nest found in Ohio weighed more than a ton! What
kind of bird builds
a nest that big?
8the bald eagle
12.What do male butterflies like to lick?
13.What did a Roman named Arpocras once eat?
*4 floral arrangements
14.Where does the male catfish carry its mate's eggs?
*on his back
*in his mouth
*under his fins
*on his head
15.What colour wedding dress is worn by most brides
16.Where was the tallest geyser eruption ever recorded?
17.What did Mark Twain invent?
18.How many Harry Potter books does J K Rowling intend
19.Who's Pooh Bear's best friend?
20. What WWF wrestler is a certified accountant?
a train (in Colorado, USA, in 1875)
2. a basketball
You shed up to 1.5 pounds, or 24 ounces, of skin a year. A
weighs 20 to 22 ounces.
3. gum disease
Also called periodontal disease, it's the source of most dental
problems in adults.
His machine electrocuted them.
5. a palm tree
All trees keep growing although they differ in yearly growth
6. soup can
The ones not in your digestive tract would barely fill a thimble.
7. an umbrella
Poor people had to rent one or get wet.
8. under your nose
The vertical crease between your nose and upper lip is called
9. a dog
Laika travelled aboard the Russian Sputnik II in 1957.
10. a divorce
A law firm in Corinne had the machine built. Divorce papers
11. the bald eagle
Eagles add to their nest every year, so they get bigger and
Scientists think they do this to take in sodium or other minerals.
13. 4 tablecloths
14. in his mouth.
He goes without eating for 80 days until the eggs hatch.
A colour that represents happiness in Chinese culture
16. New Zealand
The Waimango geyser reached 1500 feet in 1904.
One for every year that Harry is at Hogwarts.
20. D'Lo Brown
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