Trivia Quiz /
1. The largest pyramid in the world is in what country?
2. Within a day, how many days are between new moons?
3. Identify the largest animal ever to live on Earth.
4. Kent, New Castle and Sussex are the only three counties in what Eastern state?
5. “Redoubt” and “Pogromni” are active in Alaska. What are they?
6. What is the most widely eaten fish in the world?
7. Does a U.S. billiards table have pockets, and if so how many?
8. In what month annually is major league baseball’s AllStar Game?
9. Is Australia considered a country or a continent?
10. What is the difference between cells called sensory neurons and motor neurons? ANSWERS 1. Mexico. The pyramid, named Quetzalcoatl, covers an area of 45 acres. The tallest pyramid is Cheops in Egypt (once 480 feet high), but it covers an area of only 13 acres.
2. New moons are 29½ days apart. 3. The blue whale. 4. Delaware. 5. Two of several active volcanoes in the state. 6. Herring. 7. A billiards table doesn’t have pockets. However, a pool table usually has six pockets. 8. July. 9. It is both. 10. Sensory neurons take information to the central nervous system, and motor neurons take information from the central nervous system.