30 April – Daily Quiz

QUIZ
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In what year did the Curiosity rover land on Mars?

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In 1979 the World Health Organization announced the global eradication of what disease?

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How many oxygen atoms is Ozone made up of?

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The big five animals when on an African safari consist of the elephant, rhinoceros, lion, leopard, and which other?

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What term commonly refers to the condition that causes blurred vision?

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Which of the following is not one of the three principal classes of rocks?

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What is the only planet to spin clockwise?

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The Striped, the Eastern Spotted, and the Patagonian Hog-Nosed are three new world varieties of which land mammal?

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What was the name given to the first asteroid to be discovered, in 1901 by Giuseppe Piazzi?

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Packhorse and Red are the two most common types of what in New Zealand waters?

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Andrea Bocelli gave a solo performance on Easter Sunday from which Italian cathedral?

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Who starred alongside Melanie Lynskey in Peter Jackson's 1994 film Heavenly Creatures?

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Who was the original presenter of Police Ten 7?

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Who directed the 1956 film Invasion of the Body Snatchers?

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Caesar and Cleo were the original stage names of which musical duo?

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Who played captain Jean-Luc Picard on Star Trek: The Next Generation?

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Who was the leader of the Scorpion gang in the 1978 film Grease?

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Who played Batman on the original 1960s TV series?

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The 2002 Kiwi film Whale Rider is set in which community?

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Who was the first woman to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1987?

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What has been voted New Zealand's most trusted brand for the ninth year in a row, by Reader's Digest?

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Which fictional character was famous for saying "Blistering barnacles!" and "Thundering typhoons"?

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Which of the following countries does not share a border with Russia?

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In what year did the first KFC open in New Zealand, featuring at Royal Oak in Auckland?

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Which is not one of the original Monopoly game pieces?

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How many degrees do the corners of an equilateral triangle add up to?

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Criminal Hawley Harvey Crippen was the first suspect to be captured with the help of what device?

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Which board game was popular among the ancient Egyptian elite?

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Who was New Zealand's first female Prime Minister?

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The Chinese government once forbade the performance of which Puccini opera because they said it portrayed China poorly?

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Daily Quiz - 30 April
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