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Science and Nature Trivia

written by: Eve
 
Check your general science and nature knowledge. A little bit of everything.

Question 1:


The word 'lupine' refers to which of the following animals?
cat
wolf
fox
horse

Question 2:


Also known as the Dog Star, this is the brightest star in the night sky.
Canopus
Polaris
Betelgeuse
Sirius

Question 3:


Who discovered that the buoyant force on a submerged object is equal to the weight of the fluid that is displaced by the object?
Euclid
Pythagoras
Archimedes
Isaac Newton

Question 4:


Diamonds are a solid form of which chemical element?
magnesium
chromium
argon
carbon

Question 5:


What term refers to the hollow cavities found in the lung parenchyma?
trachea
arteries
bronchi
alveoli

Question 6:


Also known as vitamin B2, it is found in food and used as a dietary supplement.
Ascorbic acid
Riboflavin
Calciferol
Thiamine

Question 7:


Which animal is NOT correctly matched with the name of its young?
koala - puggle
deer - fawn
crocodile - hatchling
hare - leveret

Question 8:


Found in open waters of the tropical oceans, this is the largest known extant fish species.
giant oarfish
whale shark
basking shark
beluga

Question 9:


Which part of the Earth lies between the outer core and the crust?
the inner core
None of these
the mantle
the magma

Question 10:


Which of the following is NOT a terrestrial planet?
Neptune
Mercury
Earth
Venus

 


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