Fun Facts Trivia Quiz #14Free Trivia Questions - Printable Trivia
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A polar bear's liver can be fatal if eaten by humans due to the massive amount of which vitamin that it contains?
a. Vitamin B
b. Vitamin A
c. Vitamin d
d. Vitamin C
Vitamin A - Polar bears make their home within the Arctic Circle.
As of 2014, what chocolate bar has been the most popular in the United Kingdom for the past 15 years?
a. Double Decker
b. Kit Kat
c. Cadbury Bournville
Kit Kat - Kit Kat was introduced to the UK market in 1935.
Golden Globe winning actress Drew Barrymore has starred in two Stephen King films. Firestarter and which other?
a. The Stand
b. Cat's Eyes
c. Children of the Corn
Cat's Eyes - Drew's acting career started when she was featured in a dog commercial at 11 months old.
One of the most dramatic events in Oregon state history, when did the last Old West-style train robbery occur in the United States?
1923 - The train was the 'No. 13 Gold Special,' heading from Seattle to San Francisco.
Airing from 1979 to 1985, what TV show features a Dodge Charger named the General Lee?
a. Starsky and Hutch
b. Knight Rider
c. Happy Days
d. The Dukes of Hazzard
The Dukes of Hazzard - The show stars John Schneider and Tom Wopat.
The first time that they were held outside of Europe, what was the first U.S. city to host the Summer Olympics in 1904?
a. Dallas, Texas
b. Helena, Montana
c. St. Louis, Missouri
d. Chicago, Illinois
St. Louis, Missouri - The 1904 Summer Olympics consisted of 94 events in 17 disciplines.
One acre of wheat can produce enough bread to feed a family of four people for approximately how many years?
a. 20 years
b. 5 Years
c. 10 Years
d. 15 Years
10 Years - In 2010, world production of wheat was about 651 million tons.
What are the markings found on dice called?
Pips - Dice have been used since before recorded history, and no one knows exactly where they originated.
What is the only US state that has no natural lakes?
Maryland - Delaware only has one natural lake named Silver Lake.
During his lifetime, artist Vincent Van Gogh only sold one painting. Which one?
a. The Red Vineyard
b. Fisherman on the Beach
c. Edge of a Wood
d. Girl in the Woods
The Red Vineyard - Producing more than 2,100 artworks during his lifetime, Vincent did not begin painting until he was in his late twenties.
Fought over three sizzling summer days in July of 1863, this battle marked the turning point of the American Civil War. Name it.
a. Battle of Fort Sumter
b. Battle of Antietam
c. Battle of Middle Creek
d. Battle of Gettysburg
Battle of Gettysburg - The Battle of Gettysburg saw the largest number of casualties of the entire war.
Approximately how many bacteria live on every square inch of your skin?
a. 32 million
b. 22 million
c. 1 million
d. 12 million
32 million - Bacteria were among the first life forms to appear on Earth.
Based on a Jack London novel, what 1991 film tells the story of a young Yukon gold miner and the dog he saves from its cruel owner?
a. The Road
b. White Fang
c. The Son of the Wolf
d. The Call of the Wild
White Fang - White Fang was published in May of 1906.
Approximately, what percentage of home based businesses in North America are owned by women?
66 - About 44 percent of all Home Based Business are started for under $5,000.
Which prime-time animated television series is the longest airing of all time?
a. The Simpsons
b. South Park
c. Family Guy
d. King of the Hill
The Simpsons - As of 2014, The Simpsons has run for 26 seasons - 557 episodes.
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