1. Which thing has covered almost 3% of the ice of Antarctic glacier?
2. Where is the heart of shrimp located in its body?
3. Which animal can sleep for three years?
4. Which word was first used to describe the fruit not used to describe the color?
6. For whom high heeled shoes were originally formed?
7. Which organ is the only human internal organ capable of natural regeneration of lost tissue?
8. Which animal can regenerate its broken body parts?
9. Which color is the worst color to wear for a job interview?
10. Which language is the world’s fastest-growing language?
11. When the world emoji day celebrated?
12. Which was the most used emoji in 2018?
13. Which part of the human body grows faster in summer than in winter?
History trivia facts
14. Who was the king of the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedon and the member of the Argead dynasty?
15. What was the movement that took place in the United States of America between 1955 and 1968?
16. Who was the French statesman and military leader who led many successful campaigns during the French Revolution?
17. At Waterloo in Belgium, who defeated Napoleon Bonaparte and bring an end to the Napoleonic era of European history?
18. Who built the Great Wall of China?
19. How many dead bodies are in the Great Wall of China?
20. What is the Statue of Liberty holding in her raised right hand?
21. Who designed the current US flag in 1958 as part of a school project?
22. Wormwood Was Originally Used for which Purposes?
23. When did the first submarine attack occur?
An organized effort made by the Black American named The Civil Rights Movement to end racial discrimination and gain equal rights. It started in the 1940s and ended in the 1960s. The movement was mainly peaceful and resulted in laws to safeguard every American’s legal rights, in any case of color, race, sex, or national origin. Civil Rights Movement of 1968 is also recognized as the Fair Housing Act.
Trivia facts of the day
24. Which country is renowned as the land of white elephants?
25. Which nuts can be used to make dynamite?
26. How many dolls included in the world’s largest Barbie Doll collection?
27. what is basically bee vomit?
28. Which type of bats sleeps more than any other mammal on earth.
29. What is koumpounophobia?
Honey is essentially bee vomit. An amazing procedure used by bees to make honey. Bees gather nectar from flowers and they store up it in their honey stomach, which is called the crop. In addition to it, they have another stomach called the ventriculus, for the digestion of food they eat. The proventriculus is in between the crop and their digestive stomach, which not only nourishes the bee’s digestive stomach nectar and pollen from the crop but also confirms that the nectar in the crop never gets filthy with the substances of the ventriculus. At the hive, the forager bees vomit the nectar from their honey crop into a processor bee’s mouth. The processor bee then stores the nectar in its honey crop and vomits it to a bee that is nearer to the honeycomb for storage. Therefore honey is actually the vomit of many bees.
Fun facts to share
30. It is unlawful in Georgia to use a fork to eat what?
31. In 19th century Florence what was illegal for women to wear?
32. We only see about two-thirds of our what?
33. what is present in our mouth which has around 300 different types?
34. What is as inimitable as your fingerprint?
35. The heart is a muscle about the size of what?
36. How many hearts do earthworms have?
Fun facts 2019
37. The majority of Americans choose what over love?
38. How many pounds Baby blue whales grow per day?
39. What is the official name of the Twitter bird?
40. Which Dolphin’s brain capacity is 40 percent larger than humans?
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41. In which year Supermodel Bella Hadid has been declared the most beautiful woman in the world?
42. How many ingredients McDonald’s McRib sandwiches contain?
Interesting facts to talk about
43. Chewing what boosts concentration?
44. Where is the healthiest place located in the world?
45. Water makes different pouring sounds depending on what?
46. Which animal essentially understands some English?
47. Which coaster riding could help you pass a kidney stone?
48. Who makes the most expensive car in the world?
49. The first mobile to be called iPhone was made by whom?
50. The word “mate” was banned for a day by which government?
51. Which insect bite can make you allergic to red meat?
52. Which planets produce diamond rain?
One new study said that riding the Big Thunder Railroad roller coaster at Disney world could help to pass the small kidney stones out from the body. To test this the researcher created a 3D model of the kidney. He placed three real kidney stones of different sizes and urine in the model kidney. The result was that a moderate-intensity roller coaster could benefit some patients with small kidney stones.
Fun facts for kids
53. It is impossible physically for which animal to look up into the sky?
54. Which state is the only state that has one-syllabic names?
55. Which word is the longest one that is typed only with the left hand?
56. Some lipsticks contain fish what?
57. Which food was first eaten by astronauts in space?
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58. Which shape of pupils do goats have in their eyes?
59. Which intestine is the largest internal organ in the body?
Interesting facts about nothing
60. Any number divided by what is nothing?
61. Recent theories recommend that the universe was created out of a state of what that is, nothing?
62. Which letter is not present in numbers 1 to 999 in its word form?
63. If you open your eyes in the darkroom, what color you will see is called?
64. Which flies have six legs but cannot walk?
65. Which balls manage to have 336 “dimples”?
66. Which bird can sleep while it sails?
67. Which cake primarily included a pound of all its ingredients?
68. What is the most common password?
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