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Quiz 118a - General Knowledge

  1. Up to 50 People would have been buried in an ancient Stone Age Tomb. What name is given to such a tomb? - Barrow

  2. Which is the largest organ in the human body? - Liver

  3. Two types of pigeon became extinct, one in or around 1680 and the other around 1914. Can you name them for a point each? Dodo and Passenger pigeon

  4. Why don't polar bears eat penguins? - The polar bear lives in the northern Arctic region and the penguins live in the southern seas (Antarctic region)

  5. I which country will you find the 'Great Victoria Desert'? - Australia

  6. In what year did Alexander Graham Bell invent the telephone? - 1876

  7. On which African river will you find the 'Victoria Falls'? - Zambezi

  8. Who was 'The Virgin Queen' and for a bonus point name her father? - Elizabeth 1 1533-1603, Henry V111

  9. I what year was the first 'Mechanical Hare' used in greyhound racing? - 1919

  10. In what year did cricketer Brian Lara score 501 runs (Not out!) in one innings? - 1994

  11. Who wrote 'Gulliver's Travels'? - Jonathan Swift

  12. What city is the capital of New Zealand? - Wellington

  13. What is the largest eagle? - The Harpy Eagle

  14. Which was the only Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers film to be made in colour? - The Berkley's of Broadway

  15. Who was the first female tennis player to win $1 million for a match? - Chris Evert

  16. Which 11 year old British actress had a part in the 1943 film 'Lassie Come Home'? - Elizabeth Taylor

  17. In what year did Arsene Wenger become manager at Arsenal? - 1996

  18. What was the name of the island where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 18 years? - Robben Island

  19. Which American President along with his Soviet Union counterpart signed the 1974 SALT Treaty? - Richard Nixon

  20. Who was the first ever British Formula One Racing Champion and in what year (Point each)? - Mike Hawthorne, 1958

 

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