Fun Facts Trivia Quiz #15Free Trivia Questions - Printable Trivia
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The human heart creates enough pressure when pumping to squirt blood approximately how many feet?
a. 10 Feet
b. 20 Feet
c. 5 Feet
d. 30 Feet
30 Feet - The heart is divided into four chambers - upper left and right atria, and the lower left and right ventricles.
Numerous sites on the Internet claim that goldfish have a memory span of about three seconds. However, studies show that they have a memory span of about...
a. 5 Days
b. 5 Years
c. 5 Months
d. 5 Weeks
5 Months - The goldfish was one of the first fish to be domesticated.
What speed can a top freestyle swimmer achieve while swimming?
a. Four miles per hour
b. Ten miles per hour
c. Six miles per hour
d. Eight miles per hour
Four miles per hour - Considered to be one of the fastest species of fish over short distances, the Atlantic Sailfish can reach speeds of 68 mph.
Directed by Francis Ford Coppola, what 1979 Vietnam War film's original raw footage consisted of 1,250,000 feet of film (230 hours)?
a. Good Morning, Vietnam
c. The Deer Hunter
d. Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now - Martin Sheen, who played the lead role of Captain Benjamin L. Willard, suffered a heart attack during filming.
The average stay for a prisoner on Alcatraz was approximately how many years?
a. Seven Years
b. Three Years
c. Ten Years
d. Five Years
Five Years - Sometimes referred to as 'The Rock', Alcatraz is located in the San Francisco Bay.
The penguin is the only bird that can swim, but not...
Fly - Over time, the penguin's wings have evolved into flippers.
President John F. Kennedy was assassinated while traveling through Dallas, Texas in 1963. Who was sworn in after Kennedy's death?
a. Hubert Humphrey
b. Lyndon B. Johnson
c. Dwight D. Eisenhower
d. Richard Nixon
Lyndon B. Johnson - John F. Kennedy was the 35th President of the United States.
About one-third of all Taiwanese funeral processions includes...
c. Fire Eaters
Strippers - Elaborate funeral processions are common in Taiwan.
Which member of the Beatles eyesight was so bad that he was considered legally blind without his glasses?
a. Paul McCartney
b. George Harrison
c. John Lennon
d. Ringo Starr
John Lennon - The Beatles hold the record for most number-one hits on the Hot 100 chart at twenty.
While sleeping, the average person wakes up how many times every night?
Six - In mammals, sleep is divided into two broad types. Rapid eye movement and non-rapid eye movement.
On average, People speak at a rate of about how many words per minute?
a. 100 wpm
b. 120 wpm
c. 160 wpm
d. 140 wpm
120 wpm - People speak at different rates at different times.
Signed into law in 1984, Ronald Reagan declared the month of July to be what?
a. National Women's Month
b. National Donut Month
c. National Worker's Month
d. National Ice Cream Month
National Ice Cream Month - He also designated the third Sunday of the month as National Ice Cream Day.
The human eye can distinguish more shades of this color than any other.
Green - A healthy human eye can distinguish about 10 million colors.
Approximately 71 percent of American chocolate eaters prefer which type of chocolate?
a. White Chocolate
b. Dark Chocolate
c. Sweet Chocolate
d. Milk Chocolate
Milk Chocolate - In the United States, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates the naming and ingredients of chocolate products.
Why do Mexican jumping beans jump?
a. Moth Larvae
b. It's a Mystery
c. Expanding Air
d. Heated Gases
Moth Larvae - There is a moth larvae inside the bean.
Consisting of one man, with 39 wives and 94 children, where does the world's largest family reside?
India - With an additional 33 grandchildren, they are all living under the same roof.
Located in Siberia, what is the deepest freshwater lake in the world?
a. Lake Baikal
b. Lake Tanganyika
d. Great Slave Lake
Lake Baikal - Lake Baikal has a depth of about 5,387 feet.
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