National Trivia Day was January 4th, Celebrate with This Trivia: Part Two

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Did you read National Trivia Day was January 4th, Celebrate with This Trivia: Part One?  Because this is part two of fun fact-filled trivia.

What’s the city with the most diversity in terms of language?

Answer: New York City

The ancient Phoenician city of Constantine is located in what modern-day Arab country?

Answer: Algeria

Havana is the capital of what country?

Answer: Cuba

What country has the most natural lakes?

Answer: Canada

Riyadh is the capital of this Middle-Eastern country.

Answer: The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Which Central American country has a name which translates to English as “The Saviour”?

Answer: El Salvador

In what country would you find Lake Bled?

Answer: Slovenia

What is the loudest animal on Earth?

Answer: Sperm Whale

How many hearts does an octopus have?

Answer: 3

The unicorn is the national animal of which country?

Answer: Scotland

What’s the fastest land animal?

Answer: Cheetah

Kingston, Zuma, and Apollo are the sons of which American female pop star?

Answer: Gwen Stefani

Who was the first gymnast to score a perfect 10 score?

Answer: Nadia Comaneci

Dump, floater, and wipe are terms used in which team sport?

Answer: Volleyball

Who was the first female driver to score points in a Grand Prix?

Answer: Lella Lombardi (1975 Spanish Grand Prix)

How many points did Michael Jordan score on his first NBA game?

Answer: 16 points

Which country borders 14 nations and crosses 8 time zones?

Answer: Russia

What are the folds of skin on a cat’s ears called?

Answer: “Henry’s pockets” or cutaneous marginal pouches

A group of ravens is known as?

Answer: Unkindness

What mammals lay eggs?

Answer: Spiny anteater and the duck-billed platypus

What type of animal is a Flemish giant?

Answer: Rabbit

Which author wrote the ‘Winnie-the-Pooh’ books?

Answer: A. A. Milne

The name of which African animal means “river horse”?

Answer: Hippopotamus

Which of Newton’s Laws states that ‘for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction?

Answer: The third law of motion

What is the national dish of Spain?

Answer: Paella

In 2004, what was discovered on the island of Flores in Indonesia?

Answer: Remains of a hobbit-sized human

What is the nearest planet to the sun?

Answer: Mercury

What color is your blood when it’s inside your body?

Answer: Red, the blood contains hemoglobin, which is a red protein.

What is the largest planet in the solar system?

Answer: Jupiter

How many teeth does an adult human have?

Answer: 32

What’s the largest bone in the human body?

Answer: Femur

Power outages in the US are mostly caused by what?

Answer: Squirrels

What is a duel between three people called?

Answer: A truel

In the state of Georgia, it’s illegal to eat what with a fork?

Answer: Fried chicken

Which Tasmanian marsupial is known for its temper?

Answer: Tasmanian devil

Iceland diverted roads to avoid disturbing communities of what?

Answer: Elves

In public places in the state of Florida, what’s illegal to do when wearing a swimsuit?

Answer: Sing

What was the first state?

Answer: Delaware

Who invented the word “vomit”?

Answer: William Shakespeare

How long is New Zealand’s Ninety Mile Beach?

Answer: 55 miles

What can be broken but is never held? This is the best trivia fact for trivia day!

Answer: A promise

What does come down but never goes up?

Answer: Rain

What is the hardest rock?

Answer: A diamond. This is the prettiest of all trivia facts.

What is measured in “Mickeys”?

Answer: The speed of a computer mouse

Which of these trivia facts was your favorite? Do you want to see a part three or fun facts on a specific subject? Let me know!