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- Which small animal lives in a nest called a drey?
- Which 5 letter word is attached to the end of many English county names?
- Which bird is the tallest in the world?
- What name is given to the nut of an oak tree?
- What was a Penny-Farthing?
- Which race of people invaded Britain nearly two thousand years ago in AD 43?
- What is the yellow part of an egg called?
- How many years are there in a millennium?
- In which continent is Italy, Germany and Spain?
- There are two Houses of Parliament, the House of Commons is one, can you name the other?
- Can you name the three primary colours?
- Do penguins live in the north pole?
- Which word beginning with 'C' means to be disguised by painting or coverings to blend in with their surroundings?
- The top two universities in England are Cambridge and which other university?
- Which colour is associated with Ireland?
- Which book tells the story of a pig named Wilbur and his friendship with a barn spider?
- There are four Great Inventions from ancient China celebrated in Chinese culture; the compass, papermaking and printing are three, what is the fourth?
- Can you name the biggest ocean in the world?
- Botany is the study of what?
- Who do we rememeber as the founder of modern nursing? She's often known as "The Lady with the Lamp".
- What colour is a giraffe's tongue?
- What is the 10th letter of the alphabet?
- There are three countries beginning with the letter 'F', can you name them?
- Which scientist is known for inventing Penicillin?
- What colour was the world's first adhesive postage stamp?
- What hard white material are elephants' tusks made out of?
- In which century was most of the victorian era?
- Which wizarding sport played on broomsticks does Harry Potter play?
- What was the first name of the artist Da Vinci, who pained the Mona Lisa?
- Can you name the biggest sandy desert in the world? And which continent is it in?
- Shire (for example, Herefordshire and Yorkshire)
- It was the first machine to be called a "bicycle"
- The Romans
- Yolk (the white part is called the albumen)
- A thousand years
- House of Lords
- Red, yellow and blue
- No. They live in the south pole region.
- Oxford University
- Charlotte's Web
- Florence Nightingale
- The letter J
- France, Finland and Fiji
- Alexander Fleming
- Black (it was called the Penny Black)
- 19th Century (it was from 1837 to 1901)
- The Sahara. It's in Africa.