30 Intriguing Science Trivia Questions and Answers For A Fantastic Game Night!

Nothing beats your curiosity than a fascinating science trivia game filled with challenging questions to compete with your family and closest friends who share your fondness for mind-boggling quizzical activities. Gladly, we live in a world where we can discover amazing facts about different kinds of things.

Although we haven’t really found out everything that’s out there yet, there’s plenty of history and discoveries to learn. Here are 30 of the most intriguing science facts to include on your next trivia night.

Science Trivia Questions and Answers

Question: What is the name of the famous Greek physician who was known to be the first to keep historical medical records of his patients?

Answer: Hippocrates

Question: What is both the largest and heaviest solid internal organ in the human body?

Answer: Liver

Question: Why do Flamingos turn pink?

Answer: Because of canthaxanthin, obtained from their diet of brine shrimp and blue-green algae.

Question: Which two elements on the periodic table remain liquid at room temperature?

Answer: Bromine and Mercury

Question: According to NASA, what mass percentage does the Sun take up in the Solar System?

Answer: 99.8%

Question: What is, by far, the fastest identified fish found in the Ocean?

Answer: Sailfish

Question: Into how many time zones is the world longitudinally divided?

Answer: 24

Question: How many Earth days does it take to complete one day in Venus?

Answer: 243

Question: What system in your body informs the brain of your position in space?

Answer: Vestibular System

Question: Which part of the body is affected with Bright’s Disease?

Answer: Kidney

Question: Which animal has fingerprints that closely resemble a human’s fingerprints?

Answer: Koala

Question: What is the name of the lunar phase that illuminates less than a full moon but more than a half-moon?

Answer: Gibbous phase

Question: What are the two units of measurement used to quantify radioactivity?

Answer: curie (Ci) and becquerel (Bq)

Question: What do you call the immediate conversion of solid matter to gas without having to pass through the liquid state?

Answer: Sublimation

Question: What wind speed rate indicates that a tropical storm is turning into a hurricane?

Answer: 74 mph

Question: What type of bond involves the mutual sharing of one or more electron pairs between two atoms?

Answer: Covalent Bond

Question: Where are the longest and strongest bones in the body located?

Answer: Thigh

Question: What do you call the sticky knob at the top of the pistil?

Answer: Stigma

Question: What is the name of the first man to see and discover bacteria?

Answer: Antonie van Leeuwenhoek

Question: What salivary enzyme helps digest carbohydrates in the mouth?

Answer: Amylase

Question: What do you call the substance that does not conduct heat?

Answer: Insulator or Semiconductor

Question: What country experiences the most tsunamis?

Answer: Indonesia

Question: What is currently considered the leading scientific explanation of how the universe began?

Answer: The Big Bang Theory

Question: Where can you find Olympus Mons?

Answer: Mars

Question: How long does it take for the light from the Sun to reach the Earth?

Answer: 8 minutes and 20 seconds

Question: Which planet was first discovered using the telescope?

Answer: Uranus

Question: What is known as the fastest land snake on the ground and based on strike speed?

Answer: Black Mamba

Question: Where can you locate the smallest bone in the human body?

Answer: Middle Ear

Question: What is currently known as the smallest country in the world?

Answer: Vatican City

Question: How many bones can you find in a shark?

Answer: Zero

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