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Friday, August 13, 2010



Round 1
They're there when you need them.

1. People who owns pets
- all of the above (live longer, have less stress, have fewer heart attacks)

2. Where were hunting dogs probably first trained?
- China

3. Who first trained dogs to guide blind people?
- Germans

4. What kind of bird has been trained to tend sheep?
- Geese

5. What breed of dog, as of the year 2000, was the only dog who's evidence was admissable in court?
- Bloodhound

6. How much milk can the average cow produce in her lifetime?
- 200,000 glasses of milk

Wonder babies

1. What is a baby eel called?
- an elver

2. Which penguins incubates the egg laid by the female?
- the male

3. How long does it take after a dolphin is born for them to be able to keep up with adult dolphins?
- 1 hour

4. Where was the first buffalo ever born in captivity born?
- Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo

5. Approximately how big is a baby kangaroo when it is born?
- about 1 inch long

6. How many eggs does an average chicken lay?
- 217

Famous Animals

1. What is the name of the dog on the front of the Cracker Jacks box?
- Bingo

2. What was the name of the Grinch's dog in the movie, 'The Grinch Who Stole Christmas'?
- Max

3. Why was Lassie played by male dogs instead of female dogs?
- It was thought that male dogs look better

4. What cartoon character was the first to be made into a balloon for a parade?
- Felix the Cat

5. What was the name of the real collie who inspired Eric Mowbray Knight's Lassie?
- Toots

6. Which Beatles song has a sound in it recorded especially for Paul McCartney's Stland sheepdog?
- A Day is the Life

Kings, Queens and Presidents

1. The last member of the famous Bonparte familt, Jerome Napoleon Bonparte, died in 1945, of injuries sustained from what?
- tripping over his dog's leash

2. What was the name of George Washington's favourite horse?
- Lexington

3. What was the name of Napoleon's favourite horse?
- Marengo

4. Barbara Bush's book about her English Springer Spaniel was on the bestseller list for 29 weeks. What was the dog's name?
- Millie

5. Which leaders were afraid of cats?
- Julius Caesar, Henri II, Charles XI, and Napoleon

Round 2
Animal Statistics

1. What is the average lifespan of a pig?
- 15 years

2. How much does the average blue whale weigh when it's born?
- 50 tons

3. Approximately how many species of frogs are there?
- 2600

4. How many eggs does a turbot fish lay in its lifetime?
- 14 million

5. Up to how much can the average ostrich weigh?
- 345 pounds

6. Approximately how much money do Americans spend on pets (as of the year 2000)?
- 5.4 billions dollars

1. What breed of dog bites humans the most?
- German Shepherd

2. How many volts can an electric eel produce when it shocks something or someone?
- 650

3. What creature is responsible for the most human deaths?
- Mosquitoes

4. How many people can the poison from a single poison arrow frog kill?
- 2200

5. What animal kills more people in Africa than any other animal?
- Hippopotamus

6. What was the penalty for killing a cat in Egypt 4,000 years ago?
- death

Amazing Animals

1. What is the fastest bird?
- Spine-tailed swift (220 mph)

2. How long can an iguana stay under water?
- 28 minutes

3. How many eggs does a female mackerel lay at one time?
- 500,000

4. How far can a mole tunnel in a day?
- 300 feet

5. What was the largest animal ever seen alive?
- blue whale (113.5 foot, 170 tons)

6. Approximately how many taste buds does a catfish have?
- 100,000

7. What is a capon?
- a castrated rooster

What's in a name?

1. When a male horse and a female donkey mate what is the offspring called?
- hinny

2. The underside of a horse's hoof is called a
- frog

3. Which is wrong?
- the name of a dead chicken is a lunch

4. There is no single cat called a panther. It is a
- black leopard

The Impossible Hard Quiz

Part One

1. How long did The Hundred Years War last?
- 116 years

2. During what month do the Russians celebrate the October Revolution?
- November

3. What seabird has the scientific name "puffinus puffinus"?
- Manx ShearWater

(The dodo was about 3 feet tall as corrected in The Impossibly Hard Quiz 2)

4. How do Chinese Gooseberries (kiwi) come from?
- New Zealand

5. What type of animal are the Canary Islands named after?
- Wild dogs

(In Arizona, it is illegal for people over the age of 18 to have less than one tooth missing. Luckily for the people of Arizona this law is not enforced.)

6. What colour is a purple finch?
- Crimson

7. From which animal does catgut come from?
- Sheep

8. How many years long was The 30 Years War?
- 30

Part Two
1. George Washington owned a set of the Encyclopaedia Britannica.
- True

2. All of the following words have something in common except for one. Which word is out of place?
- Love (it's impossible to beat. Egg can be beaten by egg beater)

3. What city is partly in one continent and partly in another?
- Istanbul (between Europe and Asia)

4. The following sentence is a fancy way of saying a famous proverb. What proverb is it?
- Don't count your chicken before they hatch

The Impossibly Hard Quiz 2

(3 questions are asked from 1 to 5)

1. What year was declared the International Year of Potato by the United Nations?
- 2008

2. This fish was thought to be extinct until it was discovered alive in 1938.
- Coelacanth

3. This carnivorous dinosaur was bigger than tyrannosaurus rex ,and it was not spineasaurus?
- Gigantasaurus

4. How many are in a bakers dozen?
- 13

5. How many years does a Series E savings bond issued in 1964 have until it matures?
- 40

(the invisible button is just below the sentence)
(5 questions are asked from 6 to 13)

6. According to Stuart Dollar, what type of element must be bonded with a metal to form a salt?
- Halogen

7. What is the longest recorded flight of a chicken?
- 13 seconds

8. What is the opposite of blue?
- Orange

9. Click on the right button.
- 3

10. The toothpick's mass production in America is primarily due to what man's work?
- Charles Forester

11. In Alabama, it is illegal to have an ice cream cone in your back pocket.
- Yes

12. Who were the first 5 presidents of the United States?
- George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe

13. If something is a limivore, what does it eat?
- mud

(2 questions are asked from 14 to17)

14. Who wrote "Bartleby the Scrivener"?
- Herman Merville

15. What is Nine Men's Morris?
- Board game

16. Which of these is not metal?
- Boron

17. Which NFL team holds the record for the most yards penalized in a season?
- Chiefs

(A whale's penis is called a dork.)
(3 questions are asked from 18 to 22)

18. Which side is darker?
- The right side

19. What would a cockroach survive?
- none of the above (getting hit with a baseball bat, an entire can of roach spray, being thrown in a bonfire, being half a mile from a 5 megaton nuclear explosion)

20. According to the Eskimo-Indian Olympics, what is the world record for the ear pull event, in which the contestant sees how far they can pull a 16 pound weight with their ear?
- 2886'10''

21. Which of these is a fruit?
- Green Bean

22. Which country fought alongside North Korea in the Korean War?
- China

(3 questions are asked from 23 to 28)

23. What is the capital of Kyrgyztan?
- Bishkek

24. What is the scientific name for the Platypus?
Ornithorhynchus anatinus

25. What is the approximate melting point of Hafnium?
- 2506 Kelvin

26. Which president had the largest feet?
- Harding

27. In 1947, which baseball player received the most votes to be induced into the base ball hall of fame?
- Carl Hubbel

28. Who was the chairman of the national Administrative Reform Council of Thailand in 1977?
- Sangad Chaloryu

29. Click the box at the upper left part of the screen. You can press CTRL + SCROLL to enlarge the screen.

The Impossibly Hard Quiz 3

* What does the acronym ZIP in ZIP code stand for?
- Zoning Improvement Plan

* How many eyelids does a camel have?
- 6 (3 eyelids for each eye)

* The Galapagos Islands are part of which country?
- Ecuador

* Which fish has the most taste buds?
- catfish

(Wait until it says click the button and stop blinking and then click.)

* What is the officially the shortest war in recorded history?
- The Anglo-Zanzibar War

* What is the capital of Honduras?
- Tegucigalpa

* Which of these men patented nine plumbing related inventions between 1881 and 1896?
- Thomas Crapper

* On average, how many times does a person use the toilet annually?
- 2500

(Click the numbers 1,2,3)

* Worldwide, how many bank robberies are there each year?
- 7300

* Rounded to the nearest yard, how wide is a regulation American football field?
- 53 yards

* Which president survived assassination by an insane housepainter?
- Andrew Jackson

(Wait and then click the big red box)

* What colour is a polar bear's outer layer of fur?
- Clear

* About how hot does lightning get?
- 50,000 degrees Fahrenheit (hotter than the Sun's surface which is 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit)

* Click on the country of Ghana.
- the leftmost picture

* How many noses does a slug have?
- 4

(Click twice at the ninja's head or the ball and once at the chicken / click once at ninja, chicken , soccerball. After that, click continue.)

* Who was the youngest president?
- Theodore Roosevelt

* How does a dog sweat?
- Through their feet

* What is the world's largest rodent?
- Capybara

* What sport shares its name with a type of fruit?
- Squash

* What is the record for the farthest distance a horse has expelled its vomit?
- 0 feet (horse cannot vomit)

* How old was the inventor of the popsicle?
- 11 years (Frank Epperson invented it when he's 11)

* Who invented The First Set of Official American Baseball Rules?
- Alexander Cartwright

* What size is the smallest commercially available bullet?
- 2.7 mm

* Whose face is on the indian head penny?
- Lady Liberty

* Which is the most commonly used form of transportation out of the given choices?
-  Elevator

(Click GO and then move the black dot to END by using mouse without touching the red block. After that, click END)

* What is the cell membrane made of?
- A phospholipid bilayer

* Isabeau of Bavaria used what ingredients in her skin moisturizer?
- Boar brains, wolf blood, crocodile glands

* Whose epitaph is this?
- William Shakespeare

* A titi attacks you. Your assailant is a
- Monkey

* What is the total number of jack eyes in a standard deck of playing cards?
- 12

* How long can a cockroach survive without its head?
- weeks

(Click the green triangle)

Tournament Round

* What does ASCII stands for?
- American Standard Code for Information Interchange

* What is Singapore's Highest Elevation?
- Bukit Timah

* Who was the first woman to win the award for Best Supporting Actress in the Academy Awards?
- Gale Sondergaard

* What was the average diameter of a newborn human's eyeball?
- 18 mm

* If you subtract the average lifespan of an Alpaca from the result of Pi multiplied by 100, then divide that by the year in which George Washington was born, what do you get?
- 0.17

* Whose quote is this?
- Tom Clancy

* Who was the Explosives Engineer for the film crew that made Quantum of Solace?
-  Charles Adcock

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