Science & Nature

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What is the furthest planet from the sun?
Pluto is usually farthest from the Sun. However, its orbit "crosses" inside of Neptune's orbit for 20 years out of every 248 years. Pluto last crossed inside Neptune's orbit on February 7, 1979, and temporarily became the 8th planet from the Sun.
What is the chemical symbo for Hydrogen?
H
How many sides has an octagon?
Eight
What is the name of the coloured part of an eye?
The iris
Which part of the body would be treated by a chiropodist?
Feet
The word `cerebral` refers to which part of the body?
The brain
What is the plural of `axis`?
Axes
How many kidneys does a normal human have?
2
How many legs does an insect have?
Six
What word is used to describe a group of ants?
Colony
How many arms does a starfish usually have?
5
What is the chemical symbol for the element Hydrogen?
H
What is the tallest mammal?
The giraffe
What do humans have 52 of in a lifetime, 20 of which are deciduous?
Teeth
What colour spots does a common ladybird have?
Black
What name is given to the fear of spiders?
Arachnophobia
In which country does the wild dog, the dingo, live?
Australia.
What name is given to the young of a deer?
Fawn
Carbon, Oxygen and which other element makes up carbohydrates?
Hydrogen
What measurement is used to measure the size of horses?
Hands
What is a group of geese called?
A gaggle
What is the name given to a young bear?
A cub
Which chemical element can take the form of diamond or graphite?
Carbon
Which element has the chemical symbol `N`?
Nitrogen
Oxygen and which other element makes up water?
Hydrogen
What animal is known as the ship of the desert?
The camel
How is trinitrotoluene better known?
TNT
What is the distinguishing feature of a Manx cat?
It has no tail
What is the chemical symbol for the element Oxygen?
O
In the medical world, what do the initials ENT stand for?
Ear, Nose and Throat

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