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Interesting Facts Quiz #3

Have you been paying attention to JetPunk's interesting facts? Prove your knowledge by filling in the blanks.
Quiz idea: iPenguin
Quiz by Quizmaster
First submittedMarch 21, 2019
Last updatedMarch 22, 2019
Times taken2,693
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Lemons float, but limes sink
Marlon Brando was only 47 years old when he filmed The Godfather
About 50% of the world's gold was mined in South Africa
When people get a kidney transplant, the original kidney is not generally removed,
leaving the recipient with three
Males bees are known as drones. They don't have stingers and don't collect nectar. Their main purpose
is to mate with a queen bee
Winston Churchill never said that the traditions of the British navy were "rum, sodomy, and the lash"
People had every reason to expect the Spanish Inquisition. When arriving in a city, they would announce
themselves and give heretics a few weeks to confess without severe punishment
France's longest land border is with Brazil
In South Korea, it is a common belief that people can die if they sleep in a
closed room with an electric fan running
U.S. President Andrew Jackson once killed a man in a duel
In the Middle Ages, some people believed that narwhal tusks came from unicorns
The guillotine was invented as a humane way to execute someone. But it wasn't just used during the
French Revolution. France used it for executions until 1977
Just one deathcap mushroom has enough toxin to kill an adult human
There are an estimated 3.04 trillion trees on Earth. (Slightly more thanks to JetPunk users like you!)
China only has one time zone. This means that the sun can rise 3 hours earlier in the
eastern part of the country than in the west
Flammable and inflammable mean the same thing
In the year 1913, Hitler, Stalin, Trotsky, Tito, and Freud all lived in the city of Vienna
Corn flakes were originally designed by Dr. Kellogg as part of a bland vegetarian diet meant
to reduce sexual desire.
Just before the U.S. trade embargo with Cuba went into effect in 1962, John F. Kennedy asked his
Press Secretary to get him 1,000 Cuban cigars
Humans have 3 types of cone cells in their eyes, but birds have 4. This allows them to see light
in the ultraviolet spectrum
level 72
Mar 22, 2019
All your instructions in this great series contain a > instead of a ?
level ∞
Mar 22, 2019
level 76
Mar 22, 2019
Somehow I typed "lime" and didn't type "limes".
level 77
Mar 23, 2019
Got them all! Easy. I remember seeing something about you planting trees on the site before. Learned about rods and cones in Psychology 101, I think. And I used to live in that country where people are legitimately afraid of "fan death." That helped me get the most obscure answers.
level 65
Mar 24, 2019
South Korea is one of the best educated populations in the world. That something so ludicrous as the myth about fans persists there says something truly astounding about human nature (although, I confess, I am not sure exactly what).
level 67
Mar 25, 2019
I think it is the person on the top bunk that is in danger:
level 71
Mar 27, 2019
I was like, "Are there really 3.04 trillion quizzes in the world???"
level 22
Apr 2, 2019
I tried brain cells first
level 61
Jun 7, 2019
Only missed marlon brando and the president, I guess I did pay attention ( or knew some allready).

12 is a very very low average score imo, especially since most of these can be just guessed by thinking logically (not the president and name for male bees for and brando and the eye one, but you can work out (nearly) all the others)

like there arent many countries that needs two dashes. And what animal has a single horn that looks like the horn of a narwhal. What fruit is often said in one breath with lemons etc.

level 44
Jul 9, 2019
quietly chuffed I only got 6 wrong across the 3 quizzes and I never read the interesting facts