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Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What planet in our solar system is closest to earth' is 'Venus '?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which metal can be beaten into a thin film' is 'Gold '?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What animal nests in trees and may spend their whole life without ever touching the ground.' is 'Mice'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What country boats earthworms that can measure more than ten feet in length.' is 'Australia'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What animal doesn't fly by flapping their wings up and down but rather by a motion more forward and backward, like a figure eight on its side.' is 'Birds'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What word is used for a female fox' is 'Vixen'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In what unit would you measure frequency' is 'Hertz '?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which hi-tech innovation is celebrating its 25 th anniversary in 2007' is 'The Compact Disk / Player '?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'On a standard keyboard which is the largest key' is 'The Space Bar '?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'How many pints of blood does the average male human have in his/her body' is '12'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the most venomous snake' is 'Inland Taipan'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What type of frog is the smallest frog' is 'Gold frog'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Where would you find the trapezius muscle' is 'Neck and Shoulder Area'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which acronym is used for the long range radar surveillance and control centre for air defence developed originally in the USA' is 'AWACS '?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is a common name for the trachea' is 'The Windpipe'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Who is the only person to win two nobel prizes' is 'Marie Curie'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What vaccine did Edward Jenner develop' is 'The Smallpox Vaccine '?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Whose son flew too close to hhe Sun on waxen wings' is 'Daedalus's '?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the microwave device in an oven called' is 'The Magnetron '?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Researchers don't know why killer whales like to rub their sensitive stomachs on the bottom of shallow beaches, but they think it may be a form of __________' is 'Grooming'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'This animal's name is the same as that given to a high church official.' is 'Cardinal'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'A point to which rays of light converge is called the ' is 'Focus'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What are pouched animals called' is 'Marsupials'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Expressing recognition rather than love, Utah what exchange "kisses." By the touching of incisor teeth, they quickly confirm the identity of group members.' is 'Prairie dogs'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Flamingos are not naturally pink. They get their color from their food, tiny green algae that turn pink during what' is 'Digestion'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'For how long does a female turkey incubate her eggs' is 'Aproximately 28 Days'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Adult polar bears usually eat just the skin and blubber of a seal. They leave the meat for cubs and scavengers. One seal will sustain an adult bear for how many days on average' is '11 days'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What italian astronomer wrote Sidereus Nuncius: The Starry Messenger' is 'Galileo '?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'The process of removing salt from sea water is known as' is 'Desalination'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What can't a crocodile stick out' is 'Tongue'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'A piece of glass that separates light into the visible spectrum is called a' is 'Prism'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What type of plague was the Black Death' is 'Bubonic '?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What element has the periodic table name Na ' is 'Sodium'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'As what is an algonquin more commonaly known' is 'Moose'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What bird, the smallest in the world, measuring less than 5cm long from the tip of its beak to tip of its tail and weighs just 6/100ths of an ounce.' is 'Hummingbird'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Name Tin Tin's canine companion' is 'Snowy '?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the slowest fish' is 'The Sea Horse '?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which dam harnesses the Colorado River' is 'The Hoover Dam '?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In computing what do the initials Jpeg stand for' is 'Joint Photographic Experts Group '?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which British city street had the first gas lamps' is 'Pall Mall London in 1807'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'In what environment did Ichthysaurs live' is 'Water'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which organ's action is replaced by artifical dialysis' is 'The Kidney '?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'By age 6 months, what voracious animal will have increased its 1.3Kg birth weight by 7,000 percent.' is 'Pig'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Depending on the geographic region, about 30 to 60 percent of all animals brought in to animal shelters in the United States are' is 'Euthanized'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What does an average Fox weigh in kilograms' is '6 kilos'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Cats, not dogs, are now the most common pets in America. Approximately 66 million cats to 58 million dogs are family pets, with parakeets "flying" a distant third at __________' is '14 million'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Why was the Edmontosaurus so named' is 'It's remains were first discovered in Edmonton'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'A carnivore is a meat_eating animal. A __________ is a fruit_eating animal.' is 'Frugivore'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Of what is genetics the study' is 'Heredity'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What animal is a Chester White' is 'A Pig'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'From which country did the Leek originate ' is 'Switzerland '?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the SI unit for frequency ' is 'Hertz '?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'An __________ egg can make eleven_and_a_half omelets.' is 'Ostrich'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the SI unit of resistance ' is 'Ohm '?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'This spikey succulent, native of Africa, is often an additive in creams and lotions and can also be a cockney greeting to a female.' is 'Aloe Vera'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the meaning of the name of the constellation Cassiopeia' is 'Clever'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'A young male fur __________ that is kept from the breeding grounds by the older males is called a bachelor.' is 'Seal'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'Which is the longest railway line in the world' is 'The Trans Siberian Railway'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'How many days will it be before a clock, losing 30 minutes a day shows the right time again ' is '24'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What fruit is "Citrus Grandis"' is 'Grapefruit'?
Do you believe the answer to the question: 'What is the yellow variety of quartz' is 'Citrine'?

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