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#1. What is the insect which you can determine the temperature from listening to them? Clue: This insect shares its' name with a sport.

Cricket, the temperature can be calculated from the time between their chirps. To get a rough estimate of the temperature in fahrenheit, count the number of chirps in 15 seconds and then add 37.

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#2. Name the only US president to serve more than 2 terms, serving 4? Clue: He died in office in 1945.

Franklin Roosevelt, he remained in office to deal with World War II.

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#3. What is the only word in the English language with three consecutive double letters? Clue: It describes someone that keeps records.

Bookkeeper

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#4. What country has 8 of the 10 highest mountains in the world? Clue: The Mountains are in the Himalayas mountain range.

Nepal

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#5. What deformity is named after the country 2 brothers named Chang and Eng Bunker who lived in that country. Clue: They were born in the county now called Thailand.

Siamese twins

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#6. What are the first three words in the beginning of the bible? Clue: The words have been read recently.

In the beginning

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#7. What is the smallest country in the world? Clue: The head of a powerful organisation lives there.

Vatican City

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#8. What sea animal has a prehensile tail (a tail which can wrap and hold things). Clue: This animal wraps around plants in the sea.

Seahorse

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#9. What does the German word Luft translate to in English? Clue: Lufthansa is the national airline of Germany.

Air

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#10. What are male whales called? Clue: Baby whales are called calves.

Bulls

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#11. What do the interior angles of a hexagon add up to? Clue: The interior angles of a triangle add up to 180, square 360, pentagon 540.

720 (Each time you add a side add 180 degrees).

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#12. What does FM stand for in reference to radio? Clue: AM stands for Amplitude Modulation.

Frequency Modulation

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#13. Pluto is the second closest dwarf planet to the sun. What is the dwarf planet that is closest to the sun? Clue: It is named after the Roman god of agriculture and fertility.

Ceres

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#14. What was the only country that became an Independent country in 2002? Clue: This country won its independence from Indonesia.

East Timor

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#15. What lake is superior to all others when it comes to size being the world’s largest continental lake? The clue has already been given.

Lake Superior

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#16. What is the former capital of Japan which is an anagram of the current capital of Japan? Clue: It is where a protocol was created to reduce greenhouse emissions.

Kyoto

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#17. What material is named after Nimes, France. Clue: The first three letters in Nimes make up the last three letters of the material name.

Denim

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#18. The name Wendy was made up in which book? Clue: You can meet the character Wendy from this book at Disney World?

Peter Pan

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#19. The Persian phrase ‘shah mat’ means the king is dead. What common phrase is derived from ‘shah mat’? Clue: It is used in the context of a game.

Checkmate

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#20. The company name Intel is made by combining which 2 words? Clue: Intel makes computer processors which are built into other companies' products.

Integrated Electronics

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FULL QUESTION AND ANSWER LIST
What is the insect which you can determine the temperature from?
Clue: The temperature can be calculated from the time between their chirps.
Cricket

Name the only US president to serve more than 2 terms, serving 4?
Clue: He died in office in 1945.
Franklin Roosevelt

What is the only word in the English language with three consecutive double letters?
Clue: It describes someone that keeps records.
Bookkeeper

What country has 8 of the 10 highest mountains in the world?
Clue: The Mountains are in the Himalayas mountain range.
Nepal

What is a deformity named after the country that 2 brothers named Chang and Eng Bunker who lived in that country.
Clue: They were born in 1811 in the county that is now called Thailand.
Siamese twins

What are the first three words in the beginning of the bible?
Clue: The words have been read recently.
In the beginning

What is the smallest country in the world?
Clue: A man that is the head of a powerful organisation lives there.
Vatican city

What does the German word Luft translate to in English?
Clue: Lufthansa is the national airline of Germany.
Air

What are male whales called?
Clue: Baby whales are called calves.
Bull

What do the interior angles of a hexagon add up to?
Clue: The interior angles of a triangle add up to 180, square 360, pentagon 540.
720 (Each time you add a side add 180 degrees)

What does FM stand for in reference to radio?
Clue: AM stands for Amplitude Modulation.
Frequency Modulation.

Pluto is the second closest dwarf planet to the sun. What is the dwarf planet that is closest to the sun?
Clue: It is named after the Roman god of agriculture and fertility.
Ceres

What was the only country that became an Independent country in 2002?
Clue: This country won its independence from Indonesia.
East Timor

What lake is superior to all others when it comes to size being the world’s largest continental lake?
The clue has already been given.
Lake Superior

What is the former capital of Japan which is an anagram of the current capital of Japan?
Clue: It is where a protocol was created to reduce greenhouse emissions.
Kyoto

What material is named after Nimes, France.
Clue: The first three letters in Nimes make up the last three letters of the material name.
Denim

The name Wendy was made up in which book?
Clue: You can meet the character Wendy from this book at Disney World?
Peter Pan

The Persian phrase ‘shah mat’ means the king is dead. What common phrase is derived from ‘shah mat’?
Clue: It is used in the context of a game.
Checkmate

The company name Intel is made by combining which 2 words?
Clue: Intel makes computer processors which are built into other companies' products.
Integrated Electronics

What sea animal has a prehensile tail (a tail which can wrap and hold things).
Clue: This animal wraps around plants in the sea.
Seahorse

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