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Updated on Dec 1, 2019. Posted on Nov 29, 2019

If You Pass This Random Trivia Quiz You're Probably The Smartest Person In Your Family

It's time to put your brain to the test!

  1. How many bones are there in a human body?

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    The human body has 206 bones.

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  2. Which grain is produced the most worldwide?

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    Corn is the most-produced grain in the world.

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  3. What are nails made of?

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    Nails are made of a tough protective protein called keratin.

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  4. Which country does this flag belong to?

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    This flag is home to Saint Lucia.

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  5. Which planet in our solar system has the most moons?

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    Saturn has the most moons in our solar system. As of October 2019, Saturn was recorded as having 82 moons.

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  6. Which actor is not an EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony) winner?

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    Meryl Streep is one of the most decorated actors when it comes to award nominations. She has won multiple Emmys and Oscars, but Meryl has never won a Grammy or Tony.

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  7. You might know him as Dr. Seuss, but what his actual name?

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    Theodor Seuss Geisel is the man behind Dr. Seuss.

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  8. Which ocean is the deepest?

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    The Pacific Ocean is the deepest and largest of the five oceans, covering approximately 63 million square miles, with a depth of more than 36,000 feet.

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  9. What do you call a group of rhinos?

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    A group of rhinoceros is referred to as a crash or a herd.

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  10. Sesame Street's Oscar the Grouch was originally what color, before ultimately becoming green.

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    Believe it or not, Oscar the Grouch was originally orange, and didn't have arms or legs.

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