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Mal's General Knowledge 25

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1) Which Asian Country's name ends with an 'H'?
Bangladesh
2) Who is the only driver to posthumously win the Formula 1 World Drivers' Championship?
Karl Jochen Rindt
3) What is the technical term for the 'Collarbone'?
Clavicle
4) Disregarding Bacteria & Viruses, what is the most numerous animal on Earth?
Krill
5) 'Reggae' is a music genre that originated in which country in the late 1960's?
Jamaica
6) Who wrote the romantic novel 'Doctor Zhivago' in 1956, winning the Nobel Prize for Literature?
Boris Pasternak
7) What is the Capital City of Malaysia?
Kuala Lumpur
8) How many holes in a full-length Golf Course?
18
9) The first human beings to arrive in Iceland (795 A.D.) and set up a colony were from which Country?
Ireland
10) To which City did King George VI present the bejewelled 'Long Sword of Honour' as a token of Homage from the British people to the Soviet defenders of the City?
Stalingrad
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11) Which Australian State is the farthest South?
Tasmania
12) What is the highest mountain in South America at 22,841 ft (6,962m)?
Mount Aconcagua
13) What is the name given to the largest of Saturn's Moons?
Titan
14) In which Orchestral Family Group does the 'Saxophone' belong?
Woodwind
15) Which language has the largest Alphabet?
Khmer / Cambodia '74'
16) The Sun is approx. 70% Hydrogen and 28% of What other Element?
Helium
17) Which Canadian Bay has the highest Tide in the world, up to 16.3m (53.5ft) ?
Bay of Fundy
19) Which 'Rock-Star' performed at Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro 1994, to a crowd of 3,500,000?
Rod Stewart
20) What is the world's tallest Obelisk and Stone Structure at 555ft (169m) tall?
Washington Monument USA
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