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What is another name for Auckland? 2. When was the Auckland War Memorial Museum established? 3. How tall is the Sky Tower? 4. What was the first capital city of NZ? 5. MOTAT stands for…….? 6. Which two seas meet at the top of the North Island? 7. What is the Maori name for One Tree Hill? 8. In what year was the Treaty of Waitangi signed? 9. What is Sir Colin Mead’s famous for? 10. What does the word ‘whanau’ mean? * * * * * 1. What are ‘Hairstreaks’? 2. Name the fish that swims the fastest? 3. What is a 'Beaufort scale'? 4. Name the country in which the 'Platypus' is found? 5. How often do 'Orangutans' build nests? 6. Name the world’s largest forest? 7. What is 'Ailurophobia'? 8. What does en bloc mean? 9. Which is the City of Magnificent Distances? 10. In which country is the headquarters of the International Skating Union? * * * * * 1. Give the names of the two main types of dysentery. (Amoebic and bacillary). 2. Where is the volcano Mauna Loa, one of the world’s largest volcanoes situated? (Hawaii) 3. What is the Chinese guitar known as? (Pipa-pa) 4. Which is the largest emirate of the UAE? (Abu Dhabi) 5. In Greek mythology who was the Goddess of justice and vengeance? (Nemesis) 6. Give the chemical name for quicklime. (Calcium oxide) 7. What is the chemical name of caustic potash? (Potassium hydroxide) 8. Of which country is Ku Klux Klan a secret society? (USA) 9. Name the river that is mentioned most often in the Bible? (River Jordan) 10. Which animal produces both eggs and sperms? (Earthworms) * * * * * 1. What is REM sleep? (Rapid Eye Movement sleep) 2. In geometry what is a perigon? (An angle of 360 degrees) 3. Name Australia’s lone wild dog? (The dingo) 4. What is spelaeology? (The scientific study of caves) 5. In which continent did potato originate? (South America) 6. What is the national sport of japan? (Sumo-wrestling) 7. Name the city in Canada nicknamed Hogtown? (Toronoto) 8. What is the ratio of the world’s insect population to animal population? (4:1) 9. The bird ‘emu’ is native to which country? (Australia) 10. What’s the chemical name for quicklime? (Calcium oxide) * * * * * What does a yachtsman’s fly indicate? What precious stone is a deep blue variety of Corundum? What’s the science of soil management and crop production? Which birds are called Sathbhai (seven brothers) because they are always seen in busy groups? What types of mines do we find in New Zeeland? What are nighthawks also called? What is the condition of excessive sweat-ing known as? What is an adult male Gorilla called? Which country is called the land of the Lost Continent? In Australian slang, which period of the day is ‘Arvo’? * * * * * 1. What does a doctor look into with an otoscope? (Ears) 2. What two countories fought the French and Indian war? (Britain and France) 3. Which continent is approximately one and a half times the size of Australia? (Antarctica) 4. What country is the home of tequila? (Mexico) 5. What are sheep if cats are feline? (Ovine) 6. What ocean is the Coral Sea in? (The pacific) 7. How many volts are there in a battery? (One and a half) 8. Which U.S. state produces the most sugar cane? (Hawaii) 9. Which planet has the most natural satellites? (Saturn) 10. What’s considered the highest class of animals? (Mammals) * * * * * 1. Where is Metaxa brandy from? (Greece) 2. What part of an insect’s body do its wings grow on? (The thorax) 3. What religion were the Mogul emperors of India? (Muslim) 4. What do players try to do when the music stops in a game of musical chairs? (Find a seat) 5. What organ produces insulin? (The pancreas) 6. What’s the monetary unit in Hong Kong? (The Hong Kong dollar) 7. What game has been described as “soccer with a stick”? (Hockey) 8. Do pigs have sweat glands? (No) 9. How many degrees are there in a triangle? (180) 10 What’s the largest of Indonesia’s islands? (Sumatra) * * * * * 1. How many different letters have a value of four points in Scrabble? (Five) 2. Who dies first—Romeo or Juliet? (Romeo) 3. What color is the felt on most pool tables? (Green) 4. What three letters appear on airline tickets attached to baggage headed for Melbourne? (MEL) 5. What dark subject do speliologists study? (Caves) 6. What Asian spiritual and political leader was married at the age of 13? (Mohandas Mahatma Gandhi) 7. What New Zealander was the first person to run a mile in under 3 minutes 50 seconds? (John Walker) 8. What bird might end up in a squab pie? (Pigeon) 9. What’s the one-word motto of Rotary clubs? (Service) 10. What Australian city has Ascot as its major racecourse? (Perth) * * * * * 1 Who is recognized as the man brought printing to England? (William Caxton) 2 What day of the week are U.S. presidential elections held on? (Tuesday) 3 What’s the first property past go in Monopoly? (Old Kent Road) 4 What country’s racecourses include Ellerslie,Trentham and Riccarton? (New Zealand) 5 What Olympic contests used to be called the heel-and-toe events? (The walks) 6 What colour are the handles of most Swiss Army Knives? (Red) 7 What used to be called the hop, step and jump? (The triple jump) 8 What Disney character his 50th birthday in 1978? (Mickey Mouse) 9 Who was the first person to introduce pineapple to Europe? (Christopher Columbus) 10 What television show’s theme was played at the commissioning of the first Space Shuttle? (Star treks) * * * * * How many legs are red ants? What country lies at the other end of the Mount Cenis Tunnel from France? What does Cinderella’s coachman become at midnight? What parts of the body does an ENT specialist deal with? What was the first brand of instant coffee introduced in Switzerland in 1938? What’s the transparent tissue that covers the iris and pupil of an eye called? How many King Richards did Shakespeare write about? What colour on the French flag covers the smallest area? What fast chain set up its first outlet in Corbin Kentucky? What ocean surrounds Yap on a map? * * * * * 1. What is semantics? (Study and meaning of words) 2. What is the language of Netherlands? (Dutch) 3. Which mineral is abundantly present in the bones? (Calcium) 4. Who founded Homoeopathy? (Samuel Hahnemann) 5. What is the science of the heart, its physiology and pathology called? Cardiology) 6. Which is the largest antelope in India? (The Nilgai) 7. What is the normal human body temperature? (97.f to 99.f or 36.11c to 37.2.C) 8. Of which country is bolero a national dance? (Spain) 9. What is demography? (Study of human populations) 10. Which is the second smallest country in the world? (Monocot (1.9 sq km)