Science & Nature Quiz #19 Answers

Science & Nature Quiz 19

Here are the answers to Science & Nature Quiz #19…

1. Which element on the periodic table has the highest melting point?

A. Carbon


2. In which city can you find NASA’s mission control centre?

A. Houston, Texas


3. Which gland in the human body is responsible for controlling the production of hormones?

A. Pituitary Gland


4. In computing, what does the abbreviation URL stand for?

A. Uniform Resource Locator


5. True or false; In human terms, dogs are colour-blind?

A. True


6. What device might you use to measure wind speed?

A. An Anemometer


7. Ornithology is the study of what?

A. Birds


8. Which organ in the human body is the only one that is capable of regeneration?

A. Liver


9. ‘Love Apple’ was the archaic name for which item that is a regular feature in salads today?

A. Tomato


10. In 1512, which Polish astronomer was the first to demonstrate that the Sun was at the centre of the solar system?

A. Nicholas Copernicus


If you enjoyed this quiz be sure to check out our other Science & Nature quizzes here.


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