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Welcome to Science & Nature Quiz #17…

1. What type of animal is a ‘Greyface Dartmoor’?


2. What does ADHD stand for?


3. How many legs does an ant have?


4. What is the study of plants called?


5. Which is the largest type of penguin?


6. Kalium is the Latin name for which chemical element?


7. What is the collective noun for a group of cats?


8. What is the fastest fish in the Ocean?


9. Charles Darwin developed his theory of evolution whilst on a 5 year expedition aboard which vessel?


10. What was ‘Sojourner’?


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Welcome to Science & Nature Quiz #16, all about the periodic table.

1. Russian chemist Dmitri Mendeleev created the basis of the periodic table in which century?


2. What is the symbol for Potassium? 


3. Which washing powder takes its name from the sodium perborate and silicate ingredients which gets your whites whiter than white?


4. What does the atomic number represent?


5. W is the symbol for which rare metal?


6. How many elements are there in the periodic table?


7. Noble gasses are those elements in which group of the periodic table?


8. How many chemical elements are there in the first row of the periodic table?


9. How many rows or periods are there in the periodic table?


10. What is the symbol for Lead?


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Welcome to Science & Nature Quiz #15…

1. What is a baby whale called?


2. Deoxyribunucleic Acid is more commonly known as what?


3. What is the hottest planet in our solar system?


4. Where in the body would you find the limbic system?


5. How many tentacles does a squid have?


6. What is the rarest blood type?


7. Hg is the chemical symbol for what?


8. What is the largest moon of Saturn called?


9. Foxes, Wolves and Jackals all belong to what family of mammals?


10. Oncology is a branch of medicine concerned with what disease?


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Welcome to Science & Nature Quiz #14…

1. What is a fibrous band that connects bone to muscle?


2. Chromatics is the science of what?


3. The ‘Shoemaker-Levy 9’ comet collided with which planet in 1994?


4. How many noble gasses are there?


5. Which insect has the shortest lifespan?


6. Which flowers name means ‘Rose Tree’ in Greek?


7. Which scientist devised the 3 laws of motion?


8. Herpes Zoster is the medical name for what?


9. What is the collective noun for cockroaches?


10. Which is the larger bird, jackdaw or rook?


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Welcome to Science & Nature Quiz #13…

1. The scientific unit ‘Lumen’ is used in the measurement of what?


2. What is the lightest metal under normal conditions?


3. Common, Water and Pygmy are types of which British animal?


4. What is the only bone in the human body that is not attached to any other bone?


5. What is the common name for the liquid secreted by your lacrimal glands?


6. What is measured on the Mohs scale?


7. Which spider gets its name from when the female sometimes eats the male after mating?


8. What is the only bird that is capable of seeing the colour blue?


9. What do the initials in the term GPS stand for?


10. To the nearest whole number, what percentage of the Earth’s atmosphere is nitrogen?


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Welcome to Science & Nature Quiz #12…

1. What animals name literally means ‘man of the forest’?


2. What is the most frequently broken bone in the human body?


3. Entomology is the study of what?


4. What is a number called that is equal to the sum of all the numbers by which it is divisible?


5. Which planet in our solar system has the most moons?


6. What is the name of the process in which salt is removed from sea water?


7. ‘Plumbism’ is a poisoning from what?


8. What does an ‘Ammeter’ measure?


9. Cyanoacrylate adhesive better known as what?


10. The German chemist Otto Hahn won a Nobel Prize for chemistry in 1944 for his discovery of what?


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Welcome to Science & Nature Quiz #11…

1. Which planet is known as the ‘Jewell’ of the Solar System?


2. How many ribs does a human body have?


3. In which modern-day country was the physist and chemist Marie Curie born?


4. What is a material called that will not carry an electrical charge?


5. In miles, on average how far is the Sun away from Earth?


6. What 2 metals are combined to make Brass?


7. What is the name of NASA’s 2020 Mars Rover?


8. What is the most common bird in the World?


9. What was the name of the first supersonic passenger liner?


10. What is the soft spot on a babies head called?


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Welcome to Science & Nature Quiz #10…

1. ‘W’ is the chemical symbol for which element ?


2. What is the name of the German-Jewish Chemist, known as the “Father of Chemical Warfare”, after inventing Chlorine Gas that was used to kill thousands of Soldiers during World War I?


3. The male part of a flower is the Stamen, what is the female part called?


4. In which decade did Steve Jobs co-found Apple?


5. Ailurophobia is the fear of what animal?


6. Which pre-historic age came after the Jurassic period?


7. The Fujita scale is used to measure the strength of what?


8. Aristotle, Sherlock Holmes and Scarlett Johansson are all said to be keepers of what?


9. Humans and Chimpanzees share roughly how much DNA? 78%, 88% or 98%?


10. The giant continent of Pangea split into 2 parts, Laurasia and what other?


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Welcome to Science & Nature Quiz #9…

1. What is the most abundant gas in the Earth’s atmosphere?


2. Which British physicist wrote the book ‘A Brief History Of Time’?


3. ln Einstein’s theory: E=MC², what does the ‘C’ represent?


4. Which substance in the skin filters out harmful light from the Sun?


5. ‘Rickets’ is caused by a deficiency of which vitamin?


6. What does RADAR stand for?


7. Geothermal power is generated by using heat energy from what?


8. Which two planets in our solar system have no moons?


9. In which month does the Summer Solstice occur in the Northern Hemisphere?


10. Pencil lead is made from which element?


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