Trivia List

Ficus carica is the scientific name for which Asian species of flowering plant in the mulberry family?
In 1790, nine of the mutineers from the Bounty, along with the native Tahitian men and women that were with them, settled on which island?
In the American sitcom ALF, Gordon Shumway crashes his spacecraft into the garage of which family?
When there are two full moons in the same month, what is the second one called?
Ebony and Ivory was a 1982 number one hit single performed by which two singers?
What is the name for a compound literary or narrative work that is divided into five parts?
In which U.S. National park is the rock formation known as Glacier Point Apron located?
According to the U.S. flag code, what is the preferred method for disposing of a worn or faded U.S. flag?
Ambergris is a waxy substance that originates as a secretion from what aquatic animal?
What is the name of the stock sound effect of a man screaming, used in hundreds of films and television shows?
Peter Falk played a homicide detective in what long running American television series?
In 1917, Finland declared its independence from which country?
What is the term for the speed that a rocket needs to be traveling to break free of Earth’s gravity?
Fort Benning is a United States Army post located in which state?
What Latin honor meaning, “with highest praise”, is typically awarded to graduates in the top of their class?
What is the primary unit of temperature measurement in the physical sciences?
In 2009, which company announced a deal to acquire Marvel Entertainment for $4.24 billion?
According to Greek mythology which King of Mycenae was the father of Agamemnon and Menelaus?
Shōgun is a 1975 novel written by which Australian novelist?
Saab was an automobile manufacturer founded in what country in 1945?