Join game?
Enter PIN:

Science and Nature

4.1
(110 votes)
10 questions
English
Science and Nature
1

What is the Chemical symbol for Gold

Au

Ad

Gd

Gl

79% got this right

Gold is far rarer than diamonds but is only the 58th rarest earth element.
2

What is the smallest bone in the human body?

Stapes (Stirrup)

Cochlea

Incus (Anvil)

Malleus (Hammer)

Hard  24% got this right

The smallest bones in the body are found in the ear they are stapes, incus & malleus, together they can fit on a penny.
3

What is the common name for Sodium Chloride (NaCl)?

Salt

Baking Powder

Sugar

Toothpaste

76% got this right

Mixing salt in with the water of cut flowers will make them live longer
4

What colour is an Octopus's blood?

Blue

Green

Red

White

68% got this right

their blood contains a blue copper called haemocyanin, which helps them survive in low-oxygen water. They have 3 hearts.
5

What animals does an Ichthyologist study?

Fishes

Birds

Cats

Lizards

Hard  28% got this right

Originates from the Greek word ikhthus, meaning "fish" and the suffix -ology, or "the study of," ichthyology.
6

What animals would you find in a hippodrome?

Horses

Bulls

Dogs

Hippos

Hard  21% got this right

From French, via Latin from Greek hippodromos, from hippos ‘horse’ + dromos ‘race, course’.
7

What instrument is used to measure electric current?

Ammeter

Ohmeter

Oscillator

Wattmeter

54% got this right

An ammeter is an instrument used to measure the current in a circuit. Electric currents are measured in amperes.
8

What number represents the Avagadro's Constant?

6.02 x 10^23

1.67 x 10^-27

3 x 10^8

3.142

Hard  29% got this right

Named after Amedeo Avogadro, this number represents the number of atoms or molecules in one mole of a substance.
9

What kind of animal is a scaptia beyonceae?

Horse Fly

Butterfly

Dragon fly

Lady beetle

Hard  12% got this right

10

What animals kill the most humans?

Mosquitoes

Crocodiles

Humans

Sharks

58% got this right

Mosquitoes are the most dangerous animal in the world, killing 725,000 humans per year through spreading Malaria.