Trivia List

The Ford Mustang was introduced the public at at the New York World’s Fair in what year?
Introduced by Edward Jenner In 1796, what was the first successful vaccine to be developed?
What private research university was founded in New Haven, Connecticut in 1701?
What is the name of both the championship game of the Canadian Football League and the trophy awarded to the victorious team?
The ancient citadel of Machu Picchu was built by which pre-Columbian empire?
First published in 1988, The Alchemist is a best-selling novel by what Brazilian author?
Existing as recently as 100,000 years ago, Gigantopithecus blacki is an extinct species what animal?
What is the only Canadian province without a natural border?
What type of pasta is commonly known as bow-tie pasta or butterfly pasta?
In the 1960s Batman TV series, who played the role of The Penguin?
“I was working part time at a five and dime. My boss was Mr. McGee” are lyrics from which song by Prince?
An Astronomical Unit is the mean distance between the center of what two objects?
In the movie Spinal Tap, the band’s amplifier goes from zero to what?
Named for the fleet-footed Roman messenger god, which planet has the shortest orbit around the sun?
In the American comic strip Little Orphan Annie, what is the name of Annie’s dog?
“Oro y Plata” (Spanish for gold and silver) is the motto of which U.S. state?
The mojito is a traditional rum cocktail from which country?
What country is home to the longest canal in the world?
Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger is a story about the life of what teenage protagonist?
The Venera space probes, sent to gather information about Venus, were developed by which country?
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