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50 Zoom Quiz Questions
- What in medicine was first classified into the AOB system in 1902?
Answer - Blood
- Toy Story celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2020, which anniversary did Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs celebrate in 2017?
Answer - 80th Anniversary
- Dolphins give birth to a single baby; is this baby usually born head or tail first?
Answer - Tail first (nature's way to minimise the risk of drowning)
- What name connects a biblical figure and the world's largest type of frog?
Answer - Goliath
- Which is the only Central American country with no coast on the Caribbean Sea?
Answer - El Salvador
- Which tune is the Harlem Globetrotters signature song?
Answer - Sweet Georgia Brown
- Which insect did Napoleon chose as the emblem to represent his status as Emperor?
Answer - Bee
- When two people perform an Eskimo kiss, what two parts of their bodies do they rub together?
Answer - Noses
- What did Wilhelm Rontgen discover by accident in 1895?
Answer - X-rays
- Which UK pier is the longest pleasure pier in the world?
Answer - Southend Pier
- What anatomical feature was Barbie dolls given in 2000?
Answer - Belly buttons
- In the Spanish Civil War, in what part of the body was George Orwell shot?
Answer - In the neck or throat
- What does the 'A' stand for in the acronym for the unit of the British army called the SAS?
Answer - Air (Special Air Service)
- Knots Landing actress Michelle Phillips rose to fame as a vocalist in which group?
Answer - The Mamas and Papas
- Which rock star named himself after a hearing-aid shop?
Answer - Bono
- In the summer of 1979, which seaside resort opened Britain's first nudist beach?
Answer - Brighton
- Which club at 10 Mathew Street, Liverpool, regularly played host to The Beatles in their early years?
Answer - Cavern Club
- Which Dickens' character always wore a wedding dress?
Answer - Miss Havisham
- Which country is known as "land of the long white cloud" by it's native inhabitants?
Answer - New Zealand
- Carrots are a particularly good source of which vitamin?
Answer - Vitamin A
- In which year was the Gunpowder Plot?
Answer - 1605
- Which two colour appear on the flag of Greece?
Answer - Blue and white
- Which flagship beer of Fuller's Brewery takes its name from from the common name for the Saxifraga × urbium flower?
Answer - London Pride
- Celebrity chef Delia Smith is also famous for her role as a shareholder at which football club?
Answer - Norwich City
- What was the first name of the astronomer who gave his name to Halley's Comet?
Answer - Edmond or Edmund (Haley)
- The god Cupid is often depicted holding what?
Answer - Bow and arrow
- The name of which family of rum cocktails is named after a beach near Santiago de Cuba, in Cuba?
Answer - Daiquiri
- Which famous stadium was famously constructed on an old cabbage patch?
Answer - Twickenham
- In which British city was orange marmalade invented in the 18th century?
Answer - Dundee
- In 2015, former athelete Bruce Jenner adopted which new name when publicly coming out as a transgender woman?
Answer - Caitlyn
- In which country was Gladys Aylward a missionary?
Answer - China
- What was the last name of the police chief in the film Jaws?
Answer - Brody (Martin Brody)
- In weaving, which thread runs in the opposite direction to weft?
Answer - Warp
- What is the name of the main shopping street in Edinburgh?
Answer - Princes Street
- What is the only Disney animated feature film that has a title character who doesn't speak?
Answer - Dumbo
- Can you name the only animal in the world to have two kneecaps on each knee?
Answer - Ostriches
- Saint Augustine, the oldest city in the USA, is in which state?
Answer - Florida
- When asked what they would like to drink, if someome replies 'ABC' it usually stands for 'Anything But...' what?
Answer - Chardonnay
- What is pogonophobia an extreme dislike of?
Answer - Beards
- Canute was king of England between 1016 and 1035. Which other two countries did he also rule?
Answer - Norway and Denmark
- In Scrabble, which is the only letter worth 5-points?
Answer - K
- What is the minimum age at which it is legal to operate a petrol pump in the UK?
Answer - 16
- In Dad's Army, what was the first name of Captain Mainwaring?
Answer - George
- How old was the youngest-ever athlete to win an Olympic Games medal? She was a Greek gymnast, who competed at the Modern Olympics' in Athens, in 1896.
Answer - 10-years-old (winner of a bronze medal)
- Which two word patriotic tattoo did Sean Connery get at the age of 16 when he enrolled in the Royal Navy? (We need the words only!)
Answer - Scotland Forever
- How many men have actually walked on the moon? And which number Apollo mission was the spaceflight that first landed humans on the Moon?
Answer - Twelve men. Apollo 11.
- The highest mountain in South America, Aconcagua, is in which country?
Answer - Argentina
- Who was the first monarch to live in Buckingham Palace?
Answer - Queen Victoria
- In the bible, which son of Lamech lived to be 950 years of age?
Answer - Noah
- Which world famous person was born in Zanzibar, which is now part of Tanzania, on 5 September 1946?
Answer - Feddie Mercury