Daily Quiz 13 April

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A lobster's teeth are located in which part of its body?

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With no internal or external skeleton, how many hearts does an octopus have?

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What colour are flamingos when they are born?

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What is an infant seal called?

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Zoologist Jane Goodall was a pioneer in the study of which animal species?

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The horn of a rhinoceros is made of which material?

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The extinct flightless bird "dodo" was principally native to which island?

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In the film, "The Lion King," what kind of animals are Banzai, Ed and Shenzi?

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How many knees does an elephant have?

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A "Lepidopterist" is someone who studies which type of animal?

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That's the way to do it! What homicidal puppet's name is invoked by anyone pleased with themselves?

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Eavesdropping gets its name from the eaves under which you would hide if you were spying on somebody. Where would you find eaves?

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How many different ways is "ough" pronounced in this sentence - "It was tough to cough as I ploughed through the dough"?

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What letter gets the fewest words in most dictionaries?

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Next time you're feeling feckless, think about this. What the heck is feck?

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What word comes from the gaps in castle walls used by soldiers to fire on advancing armies below?

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If I'm fascinated by onomastics, what is it about you that would interest me most?

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What does "alibi" literally mean in Latin, a definition that comes in handy when establishing an alibi?

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What does a philodox treasure over just about anything else?

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Far from being a Klingon proverb, this axiom is actually from "Les Liaisons Dangereuses". What is it?

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Song-Artist match up: Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree

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Song-Artist match up: My Sharona

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Song-Artist match up: If You Leave Me Now

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Song-Artist match up: The Long And Winding Road

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Song-Artist match up: Lola

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Song-Artist match up: Band on the Run

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Song-Artist match up: Walk On The Wild Side

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Song-Artist match up: Dancing Queen

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Song-Artist match up: Let's Get It On

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Song-Artist match up: Superstition

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Killing all 243 passengers and 16 crew members aboard, where did Pan Am Flight 103 explode?

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Where was the Fuhrer of Nazi Germany Adolf Hitler born?

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The US and USSR were the first two countries with an A-bomb. What was #3?

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Why did Henry the 8th have his 5th wife executed?

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Married in 1582, who was Anne Hathaway's husband?

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A part of international pop culture, Eva Peron was married to the president of which nation?

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In what year was New Zealand claimed by Great Britain?

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What useful item, still used today, did Lewis Waterman patent in 1884?

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Assassinated on April 15, 1865, which weapon did John Wilkes Booth use to kill Abraham Lincoln?

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In what year did the infamous Jack the Ripper commit his crimes?

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Author-Book match up: The Great Gatsby

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Author-Book match up: Animal Farm

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Author-Book match up: Tarzan of the Apes

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Author-Book match up: Frankenstein

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Author-Book match up: Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

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Author-Book match up: The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

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Author-Book match up: Murder on the Orient Express

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Author-Book match up: The Shining

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Author-Book match up: Journey to the Center of the Earth

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Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

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