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General Knowledge Quiz #143

Answer these random trivia questions.
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First submittedFebruary 8, 2016
Last updatedFebruary 8, 2016
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What is the northernmost country where tigers are found in the wild?
Russia
What activity is known as "Lucha Libre" in Mexico?
Professional Wrestling
What is the capital of Tunisia?
Tunis
What does the A stand for in NATO?
Atlantic
What are the three countries of the world whose names start with "South"?
South Africa
South Korea
South Sudan
Who starred as Inspector Clouseau in the movie "The Pink Panther"?
Peter Sellers
Who became, in 1999, the oldest female singer to have a #1 hit in the U.S.?
(Hint: the song was "Believe")
Cher
What shark species has the highest number of *recorded* attacks on humans?
Great White
What is the only animal, besides humans, known to attack the above?
Orcas
What musical instrument is like a flute, but smaller?
Piccolo
What movie character famously said "wax on, wax off"?
Mr. Miyagi
Complete the song lyric: I am the very model of a modern major _______.
General
What comes next in this sequence: Microwave, Infrared, Visible Light, …
Ultraviolet
What machine is Samuel Morse credited with inventing?
Telegraph
Lava comes in two types: Pahoehoe and Aa. What language did
these words come from?
Hawaiian
What German sportswear company has a mountain lion as its logo?
Puma
What movie starring Frank Sinatra was later remade starring George Clooney?
Ocean's 11
What feature of Jupiter is a storm that has lasted for centuries and has a
bigger diameter than planet Earth?
Great Red Spot
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level 71
Feb 8, 2016
For the south question, can we just type the second word? I think south would be implied through the question.
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level ∞
Feb 8, 2016
Okay
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level 71
Apr 3, 2016
Steve Martin?
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level 58
Apr 3, 2016
I'm fairly certain they mean the original Pink Panther, not the recent remake. :) You're not wrong, though, technically!
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level 53
Apr 3, 2017
He probably should be accepted, unless the question gets adjusted.
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level 70
Apr 17, 2017
I love Steve Martin, but his Clouseau was awful. For Inspector Clouseau, there's Peter Sellers and actors who shouldn't have bothered.
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level 55
Apr 3, 2016
"White" should be acceptable for the shark
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level 70
Apr 17, 2017
I've never in my life heard anyone refer to a great white as simply a "white shark". Is typing "great" really that difficult?
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level 77
Apr 3, 2016
Is it urban legend that dolphins attack sharks?
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level 24
Apr 3, 2016
no but its would be to dangerous for them to attack the great white so they only attack sharks they would have a possibility of winning against
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level 85
Mar 16, 2018
Great Whites will often avoid dolphins. Dolphins will attack a great white if provoked, but I think the question is looking for a species that will actually seek out a great white, which an orca will do. It should probably be pointed out, however, that orcas are, however, dolphins and not whales.
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level 66
Apr 4, 2016
given the right situation I'm sure they would attack one. they are smart enough to know if they have it outnumbered, and if it was attacking another dolphin they might come help rescue it since they are extremely social creatures. But I don't think they would target them. Orcas on the other hand actually do target great whites.
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level 72
Apr 6, 2016
Orcas are in the dolphin family.
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level 61
Apr 3, 2016
I don't know who Mr Miyagi is, but wasn't 'wax on, wax off' also famously said by Metatron in Dogma?
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level 79
Apr 3, 2016
Yes, but the most famous version comes from the Karate Kid.
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level 58
Apr 3, 2016
SO many questions on here are about that movie. I really need to see it so I'm not grasping for answers every time. (I mean, I know the obvious quotes, but this website tests more than your knowledge of obvious quotes!)
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level 67
Jan 2, 2018
Yes, but he was quoting Mr. Miyagi from "The Karate Kid."
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level 42
Apr 3, 2016
I am surprised that only 43 percent of people got the Great Red Spot question right. You should probably also accept GRS for that question because that is a common abbreviation. Good Quiz!
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level 48
Apr 3, 2016
Should accept anticyclonic storm for Jupiter. The big red spot is a nickname.
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level 67
Jan 2, 2018
But "anticyclonic storm" is simply a type of storm that can happen on Earth as well, it doesn't refer to this storm specifically. Its official name is in fact the Great Red Spot, or GRS for short.
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level 67
Apr 3, 2016
seems like a quiz more geared towards older people . . . enjoyed it though
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level 68
Apr 3, 2016
I feel like fife could also be an acceptable answer for the clue "like a flute, but smaller" because it is very similar to a piccolo (mostly only differs in pitch and volume).
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level 55
Apr 3, 2016
I think white shark should be accepted as well...
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level 60
Apr 3, 2016
Don't jellyfish attack sharks as well?
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level 73
Nov 9, 2017
Not really, they are just floating around and happen to touch it.
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level 27
Apr 4, 2016
The puma logo is not a lion. Its a puma..
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level 67
Apr 4, 2016
Puma and mountain lion are two names for the same type of cat.
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level 70
Apr 17, 2017
Also called a cougar, at least in the U.S. anyway.
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level 59
Apr 4, 2016
What is the only animal, besides humans, know to attack the above? Whale? Isn't an Ocra a type of Whale? And a Whale is a type of animal?
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level 61
Apr 5, 2016
Yes but not all types of whales attack it.
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level 80
Mar 17, 2017
Okra is a vegetable. :-)
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level 43
Apr 7, 2016
I think you should accept Polynesian in addition to Hawaiian
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level 79
Jul 19, 2018
Polynesian is a language family, not a language.
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level 22
Oct 26, 2017
Salt water Crocodiles have been known to attack Great White Sharks in Australia
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level 39
Jul 1, 2018
...siberia for tigers...
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level 79
Jul 19, 2018
. . . northernmost country . . .
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