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Q 1. Let’s start off easy. Who is Peter Pan’s nemesis?
- Tinker Bell
- The Lost Boys
- Captain Hook
Q 2. The Olympic symbol uses five colors for its rings. Which color is missing: Red, Blue, Green, Yellow, and _____?
Q 3. What is the name of the artist known for street art like this, often making commentary on society?
- Andy Warhol
- Shepard Fairey
Q 4. Six-string guitar, dreadlocks, and soccer: What is the name of this legendary musician?
- Bob Marley
- Robert Johnson
- Ray Charles
Q 5. Better limber up for this one. In which sport would you perform a “float serve”?
Q 6. Exotic is the order of the day. Which these animals is the only one where males give birth?
- Sea cucumber
Q 7. Which image of pasta below happens to be the name of a fat cartoon cat’s favorite dish?
Q 8. Silence is golden. Which of these famous silver screen characters does not fit with the rest?
Q 9. Earth has many peaks and valleys; some higher and deeper than others. Can you tell us which of these places is the deepest geographical location on earth?
- (A) Death Valley
- (B) Mariana Trench
- (C) Dead Sea
- (D) Caspian Sea
Q 10. Weather patterns create so many beautiful clouds around the world. Can you tell us which formation here is classified as cumulonimbus?
Q 11. Didn’t your mother ever tell you, ‘don’t mess with his holiness’. What country are the soldiers from that guard the Pope?
Q 12. A dictionary probably won’t help you here, but you could always try. Which modern language has the most words in it?
Q 13. Which of these elaborate and extravagant coats of arms does not belong with the others?
Q 14. Can’t read sheet music? That’s okay. Just tell us which instrument below is the odd one out.
Q 15. We promise this question is painless. What is the most common blood type across the human population?
- O positive
- A positive
- AB negative
- O negative
Q 16. Which letters are missing from this word that spells a delicious fruit?
- o, i, e, u, l
- u, i, y, s, t
- a, k, f, i, t
- e, k, p, u, n
Q 17. Which Beatle walked first across the iconic crosswalk on their album “Abbey Road”?
Q 18. Which of these types of bread are most commonly made without the use of yeast?
- Irish Soda Bread
Q 19. Which key below shares its spooky name with a structure inside our bodies?
Q 20. How well do you know your psychology? This kind of amnesia means you have lost previously made memories…
Q 21. Which letter or character does not fit with the rest?
Q 22. A classic masterpiece by a master. Tell us the name of the painter.
- Wassily Kandinsky
- Vincent Van Gogh
- Leonardo da Vinci
- Rembrandt van Rijn
Q 23. Which estate belongs to the “King of Rock n’ Roll”?
Q 24. Name the first spacecraft to reach interstellar space!
- Sputnik 1
- Hubble Space Telescope
- Mars Curiosity Rover
- Voyager 1
Q 25. Where can you find this holy landmark?
- Saudi Arabia
Q 26. Which psychologist is most widely associated with the behavioral theory classical conditioning?
- Sigmund Freud
- Carl Jung
- Abraham Maslow
- Ivan Pavlov
Q 27. Which part of the human cell is being pointed to in the image?
- Golgi apperatus
Q 28. Three of these images are from earth, one is from space. Which image was not taken on earth?
Q 29. The time that it takes the Sun to travel from vernal equinox to vernal equinox, as observed from earth, is called what?
- A tropical year
- A celestial year
- A polar year
- A leap year
Q 30. Which of these natural phenomena is the hottest?
- The Earth’s core
- The surface of the Sun
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