Statistics for Popular misconceptions

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General Stats

  • This quiz has been taken 104 times
  • The average score is 14 of 18

Answer Stats

HintAnswer% Correct
This usually red fruit is the most famous fruit mistaken for a vegetableTomato
99%
This Asian landmark is not actually visible with the naked eye from the moonGreat Wall of China
96%
Deoxygenated blood is red, but commonly thought to be this colourBlue
96%
Many people erroneously think this city is the capital of AustraliaSydney
95%
This Mary Shelley character who created a monster is frequently misnamed as the monster itselfFrankenstein
94%
This medieval group of people wore helmets with horns in (not)Vikings
91%
This bird buries its head in the sand when frightenedOstrich
91%
This Frenchman famously thought to have been short, was actually taller than averageNapoleon Bonaparte
90%
Queen Elizabeth is often wrongly called the Queen of _______England
88%
This region of the Netherlands is often misnamed as the whole countryHolland
84%
This food item does not actually take seven years to digestChewing gum
83%
These animals are not actually blind despite the popular sayingBats
81%
These fish actually have a much longer memory span than a few secondsGoldfish
80%
This woman didn't actually say "Let them eat cake"Marie Antoinette
72%
These animals have highly erratic population numbers, but that's not because they jump off cliffsLemmings
58%
In South Korea, it is believed that leaving one of these on in a closed room is lethalElectric Fan
28%
This man did not 'make the trains run on time'Benito Mussolini
27%
This song is not actually the national anthem of Austria or even an Austrian folk songEdelweiss
19%

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