Trivia Game Questions and Answers
Question: Infants have more or less number of bones than adults?
Trivia Teaser: A baby's body has about 300 bones at birth. These eventually fuse, or grow together, to form the 206 bones that adults possess.
Question: What are the holes in Swiss cheese called?
Trivia Teaser: In order to make cheese you need bacteria. Propionibacter shermani is one of the three types of bacteria used to make Swiss cheese, and it's responsible for the cheese's distinctive holes. Once P. shermani is added to the cheese mixture and warmed, bubbles of carbon dioxide form. These bubbles become holes in the final product. Cheesemakers can control the size of the holes by changing the acidity, temperature, and curing time of the mixture.
Question: Greenland belongs to what country
Trivia Teaser: Although its closest neighbours are Canada and Iceland, it belongs to Denmark. In this vast area there are only 55,000 inhabitants, most of them Inuits, but also people from Denmark, Faroe islands, and some from other Scandinavian countries and USA.
Question: How much blood does the human body contain?
Answer: 6 quarts or 5.6 liters
Trivia Teaser: The heart pumps about 55-80 ml (1/3 cup) of blood with each beat for adults and around 25-85 ml per beat for children. An adult heart pumps about 6,000-7,500 liters (1,500-2,000 gallons) of blood daily.
Question: How many oceans are there in the world?
Trivia Teaser: Although the oceans of the earth are all connected and truly one "World Ocean," most often the world is divided into four major "oceans" - the Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Arctic Ocean, and the Indian Ocean. Some consider there to be five oceans - the fifth being an ocean surrounding Antarctica called the Antarctic Ocean or Southern Ocean.
Question: What is the tallest mammal on the planet?
Trivia Teaser: Male giraffes are larger than females. Males weigh between 2,400 and 3,000 pounds and stand up to 19 feet tall! Female giraffes weigh between 1,600 and 2,600 pounds and grow to be 16 feet tall.