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Which is the smallest digit on the human body?
a. Pinky Toe
c. Index Finger
Pinky Toe - The thumb is the smallest digit on the hand!
What was the name of the computer in 2001 Space Odyssey?
b. H.A.L 9000
H.A.L 9000 - HAL 9000 was the intelligent computer! He was voiced by Douglas Rain!
What is the name of a beaver's home?
Lodge - Beavers build dams for protection and to store food, but they do not live in them.
Who was the top selling artist from 1999 to 2006?
a. Mariah Carey
b. Britney Spears
Britney Spears - Her debut album 'Baby One More Time' was released in 1999. 'Oops I did it again' was
released in 2000. These albums have sold more than 30 million copies combined!
Which country was the first to give women the right to vote?
a. New Zealand
New Zealand - New Zealand granted women the right to vote way back n 1893!
What was the last album released by The Beatles?
a. Rubber Soul
b. The White Album
c. Let It Be
d. Abbey Road
Let It Be - Abbey Road was actually the last recorded album, but it was released before Let It Be was!
What living bird has the largest wingspan?
Albatross - Albatross have the longest wingspan reaching up to 12 feet!
How many planets have rings made of ice and dust particles?
4 - Uranus, Saturn, Neptune, and Jupiter, all of the gas giants!
What waterways does the Suez Canal connect?
a. Black Sea and Red Sea
b. Dead Sea and Black Sea
c. Red Sea and Black Sea
d. Mediterranean Sea and Red Sea
Mediterranean Sea and Red Sea - The Suez Canal is an artificial sea-level waterway in Egypt! It connects
the Mediterranean and the Red Seas!
What is the collective term for nightingales?
Watch - They are called nightingales because unlike most other birds, they sing at night as well as
during the day!
How long did the third Arab-Israeli War last?
a. Eight years
b. Six days
c. Five years
d. Three months
Six days - The war was between Egypt, Syria, Jordan and Israel. Israel took control of the Gaza strip
and the Sinai Peninsula.
Which famous gangster was called Scarface?
a. Dutch Schultz
b. Al Capone
c. Albert Anastasia
d. Vincent Gigante
Al Capone - Al spent time in the notorious Alcatraz prison.
Who ate Oysters with the Carpenter?
a. The Blue Fairy
b. A Giant
c. The Baker
d. The Walrus
The Walrus - The Walrus and the Carpenter was written by Lewis Carroll.
Where is the Heathrow airport?
London - Heathrow is an international airport and is owned by Heathrow Airport Holdings.
Who did Alan Alda play on the show M*A*S*H?
a. Benjamin Franklin Pierce
b. Maxwell Klinger
c. Charles Winchester
d. Sherman Potter
Benjamin Franklin Pierce - Captain 'Hawkeye' Pierce was a surgeon, in the American army during the
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