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30 Science Trivia Questions and Answers

If you are fond of studying Science and think that you have enough knowledge about it, try this Science Trivia Questions and Answers. It is a well-researched set of questions that can help you gauge how well-versed you are about Science. It covers diverse topics like Biology, Astronomy, Chemistry and General Science.

 

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What forces maintain the planets orbiting the sun? 

Answer: Gravity

 

What is the solar system’s biggest star? 

Answer: Sun

 

Which blood type is referred to as the universal donor? 

Answer: O Negative

 

Which organ in the human body is the largest? 

Answer: Skin

 

How many degrees in Fahrenheit does a room temperature have? 

Answer: 72 Degrees Fahrenheit

 

What is the total number of elements in the periodic table

Answer: 118

 

In 1774, Joseph Priestley discovered what element? 

Answer: Oxygen

 

What grass species is the tallest? 

Answer: Bamboo

 

What illness is named after a medieval term for ‘poor air’? 

Answer: Malaria

 

What is ammonia in terms of pH? 

Answer: Basic

 

Castor and Pollux are in what constellation? 

Answer: Gemini

 

Which illness was the first to get a vaccine? 

Answer: Smallpox

 

What do bees collect and used to produce honey? 

Answer: Nectar

 

Where can you find the world’s oldest living tree? 

Answer: California, USA

 

What kind of animal is Dolly, the world’s first cloned animal? 

Answer: Sheep

 

What color first attracts someone’s attention? 

Answer: Yellow

 

The asteroid belt is situated between which two planets? 

Answer: Jupiter and Mars 

 

What kind of rock undergoes metamorphism to become marble? 

Answer: Limestone

 

Which organ in the human body is the tiniest?

Answer: Pineal Gland

 

Which of the following is a function of the Arrector Pili muscles? 

Answer: Goosebumps

 

Where are the most sweat glands on the human body located? 

Answer: Bottom of the Feet

 

Which common substance has a chemical formula of NaCI? 

Answer: Salt

 

Who wrote the book about evolution theory entitled, The Origin of Species? 

Answer: Charles Darwin 

 

What does the Japanese term “sakura”? 

Answer: The Blossom of the Cherry Tree

 

The chemical symbol, Au, is assigned to what element? 

Answer: Gold

 

Who founded modern taxonomy? 

Answer: Carolus Linnaeus

 

Which nation experiences the most tornadoes? 

Answer: United States of America

 

What mammal can lay eggs? 

Answer: Platypus

 

What cat species lives and hunts in packs? 

Answer: Lion

 

What is the most commonly used term to refer to lethal poison prussic acid? 

Answer: Cyanide or Hydrogen Cyanide

 

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