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1. What is the difference between an exocannibal and an indocannibal? 2. Kerch, Georgia, Messina and Oresund are all examples of what? 3. What links Che Guevara and Pampas? 4. How many squares on a Rubik's Cubic never alter their position? 5. Where was Queen Elizabeth II when she delivered her first Christmas message? 6. In which famous comic did Dan dare fight the Mekons? 7. Who was assassinated on April 4, 1968? 8. Name the four largest deserts in the world.

9. Against which country did President James Madison of the USA declare war on, on June 18, 1812? 10. Who won last year's Bake Off final? 11. What did William Herschel discover in 1781? 12. "Rwy'n dy garu di" means I love you in which language? 13. Which two countries both have a record 14 neighbouring countries? 14. Why was the song Six Months In A Leaky Boat by Split Enz banned by the BBC in 1982? 15. Which song by Elaine Page and Julie Covington was also banned in the same year? 16. Who invented the thermometer in 1593? 17. And what form of transport was invented by Jesse W. Reno in 1897? 18. What is the difference between polygamy and polyandry? 19. Name the top four countries with the most amounts of Buddhists.

20. Who was the animated character Buzz Lightyear named after? 21. Brent Blend, Tapis, Minas and Midway Sunset Heavy are well-known classifications of what expensive commodity? 22. Ranger, Pioneer, Viking, Galileo and Cassini are some notable examples of what? 23. Belgrano II, Jinnah, Vostok, McMurdo, Great Wall, Arctowski, Davis and Halley are all examples of what? 24. Which planet in our solar system is named after the Roman god of, amongst other things, commerce and thievery? 15 25. Which scientific word translated means 'disease producer'? 26. Mars has two moons, can you name them? (One point for each).

27. Plus or minus 50 years, how long does it take Pluto to orbit the sun? 28. Where in the body is the Lunula located? 29. The animal struthio camelus, which can grow to nine feet tall, can be trained to successfully herd sheep. What is the more common name of this animal? 30. Which modern scientific word is Latin for amount? Quantum.


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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Oct 4, 2014
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