1. Triton is a moon of which planet? Neptune
2. For what process do plants need sunlight, CO2 and water? photosynthesis
3. Which physicist wrote a book called 'A Brief History of Time'? Stephen Hawking
4. Which chemical element is represented by the symbol Zn? zinc
5. In which organ of the body is the cerebrum found? the brain
6. What do we call the study of birds? ornithology


1. In which country is the world's highest waterfall? Venezuela
2. What natural phenomena are measured by the 'Richter scale'? earthquakes
3. Which two oceans does the Panama Canal link? Atlantic and Pacific
4. What is South America's highest mountain range? the Andes
5. What is the capital city of Kenya? Nairobi
6. What is the line of latitude 23.5 degrees north of the equator called? tropic of Cancer


1. In which athletic event is a heavy metal ball thrown? shot put
2. In what sport could you 'hit a six' or 'bowl a leg spinner'? cricket
3. Golf was first played in which country? Scotland
4. In which sport could you find yourself in a headlock? wrestling
5. In which sport are a bow and arrow used? archery
6. What does a third-place getter at the Olympic Games win? a bronze medal


1. What instrument did the jazz musician Miles Davis play? trumpet
2. Which British rock group do Liam and Noel Gallagher belong to? Oasis
3. Which instrument has keys, pedals and strings? piano
4. In which country is a 'gamelan orchestra' most commonly found? Indonesia
5. Who wrote the song entitled 'Yesterday'? Paul McCartney
6. Which is the largest stringed instrument in a classical orchestra? double bass

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