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All the answers are found in the question. For example: This venomous snake was found in the cASPian sea. The answer is asp. Happy searching, have fun.

A multiple-choice quiz by Quizzical. Estimated time: 11 mins.
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Author
Quizzical
Time
11 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
44,483
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
25
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
18 / 25
Plays
1734
Question 1 of 25
1. I gave up my job because of mosquitoes?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 2 of 25
2. Robert Mitchum is a close friend of mine?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 3 of 25
3. The ostrich need not bury his head in the sand as he's well supplied with wealth?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 4 of 25
4. The horse called 'Spencer Tracy' is certain to win the race?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 5 of 25
5. What pleasure, amusement or merriment can be sought from a funeral?

Answer: (3 letters)
Question 6 of 25
6. The strong jaws and sharp teeth of a piranha is Persia's modern name?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 7 of 25
7. The aromatic Eurasian plant was found inside the armadillo?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 8 of 25
8. The remains of the Ugandan soldier and dictator were found inside a flamingo belonging to Liza Minnelli?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 9 of 25
9. To remove unwanted matter from the Mediterranean Sea?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 10 of 25
10. The German, Pole, Swede or any other European could provide a murder weapon used in the game of 'Cluedo'?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 11 of 25
11. The Communion table is as solid as the Rock of Gibraltar?

Answer: (5 letters)
Question 12 of 25
12. The site of the most famous oracle of Apollo can be found at Philadelphia?

Answer: (6 letters)
Question 13 of 25
13. John Travolta helped this Italian physicist to invent the electroscope.

Answer: (5 letters)
Question 14 of 25
14. The Gobi desert provides a narrow sash worn by Japanese men?

Answer: (3 letters)
Question 15 of 25
15. Can an octopus compose a musical work?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 16 of 25
16. Countess is the female equivalent of the human pearl diver?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 17 of 25
17. The French and Germans say yes to the Ouija board?

Answer: (5 letters)
Question 18 of 25
18. How can a man who does not behave in a gentlemanly manner towards others win an Academy Award?

Answer: (3 letters)
Question 19 of 25
19. Does the basilisk lizard manage 'Fawlty Towers'?

Answer: (5 letters)
Question 20 of 25
20. Rowan Atkinson AKA Mr. Bean gave a mountain ash performance, so wooden?

Answer: (5 letters)
Question 21 of 25
21. The beluga, a large white sturgeon, needed to plead, press or move someone to do something?

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 22 of 25
22. Can the Italian for five, be found in the Cinque Ports of Hastings, Romney, Hythe, Dover or Sandwich?

Answer: (6 letters)
Question 23 of 25
23. South American Indians use curare as an arrow poison and survival is not widely known.

Answer: (4 letters)
Question 24 of 25
24. Are barracuda found around an island in North-West Scotland in the Outer Hebrides?

Answer: (5 letters)
Question 25 of 25
25. In Greek Mythology, a nymph who, spurned by Narcissus, pined away until only her voice remained in Czechoslovakia?

Answer: (4 letters.)

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. I gave up my job because of mosquitoes?

Answer: Quit

mosQUIToes. Quit is to give up.
2. Robert Mitchum is a close friend of mine?

Answer: Chum

mitCHUM. A friend is a chum.
3. The ostrich need not bury his head in the sand as he's well supplied with wealth?

Answer: Rich

ostRICH. Well supplied with wealth is to be rich.
4. The horse called 'Spencer Tracy' is certain to win the race?

Answer: Cert

spenCER Tracy or CERTain. Cert is informally something that is a certainty. 'Racy' has also been added. tRACY.
5. What pleasure, amusement or merriment can be sought from a funeral?

Answer: Fun

FUNeral. Pleasure or amusement is fun.
6. The strong jaws and sharp teeth of a piranha is Persia's modern name?

Answer: Iran

pIRANah. Persia's modern name is Iran.
7. The aromatic Eurasian plant was found inside the armadillo?

Answer: Dill

armaDILLo. Dill is an aromatic Eurasian plant.
8. The remains of the Ugandan soldier and dictator were found inside a flamingo belonging to Liza Minnelli?

Answer: Amin

flAMINgo or lizA MINnelli. Idi Amin was the Ugandan dictator.
9. To remove unwanted matter from the Mediterranean Sea?

Answer: Edit

mEDITerranean. Edit is to remove unwanted matter.
10. The German, Pole, Swede or any other European could provide a murder weapon used in the game of 'Cluedo'?

Answer: Rope

euROPEan. Rope being a murder weapon used in 'Cluedo'.
11. The Communion table is as solid as the Rock of Gibraltar?

Answer: Altar

gibrALTAR. A communion table is the altar.
12. The site of the most famous oracle of Apollo can be found at Philadelphia?

Answer: Delphi

philaDELPHIa. The site of the most famous oracle of Apollo is at Delphi.
13. John Travolta helped this Italian physicist to invent the electroscope.

Answer: Volta

traVOLTA. Alessandro Volta was the Italian physicist who invented the electroscope and after whom the volt is named.
14. The Gobi desert provides a narrow sash worn by Japanese men?

Answer: Obi

gOBI. Narrow sash worn by Japanese men is the obi?
15. Can an octopus compose a musical work?

Answer: Opus

octOPUS. A musical work is called an opus.
16. Countess is the female equivalent of the human pearl diver?

Answer: Earl

pEARL. Countess is the female equivalent of an earl.
17. The French and Germans say yes to the Ouija board?

Answer: Ouija

Ouija board means yes in French (Oui) and yes in German (Ja).
18. How can a man who does not behave in a gentlemanly manner towards others win an Academy Award?

Answer: Cad

aCADemy. A man who does not behave in a gentlemanly way towards others is a cad.
19. Does the basilisk lizard manage 'Fawlty Towers'?

Answer: Basil

BASILisk. Basil Fawlty played brilliantly by John Cleese manages 'Fawlty Towers'.
20. Rowan Atkinson AKA Mr. Bean gave a mountain ash performance, so wooden?

Answer: Rowan

Another name for the Mountain Ash tree is rowan.
21. The beluga, a large white sturgeon, needed to plead, press or move someone to do something?

Answer: Urge

stURGEon. Urge is to plead, press or move someone to do something. whiTE STurgeon (test) is an alternative answer supplied by Alan-SouthAust. Cheers, Al.
22. Can the Italian for five, be found in the Cinque Ports of Hastings, Romney, Hythe, Dover or Sandwich?

Answer: Cinque

Cinque is the Italian word for five.
23. South American Indians use curare as an arrow poison and survival is not widely known.

Answer: Rare

cuRARE. Not widely known is rare.
24. Are barracuda found around an island in North-West Scotland in the Outer Hebrides?

Answer: Barra

Barra is the Island in North-West Scotland.
25. In Greek Mythology, a nymph who, spurned by Narcissus, pined away until only her voice remained in Czechoslovakia?

Answer: Echo

czECHOslovakia. The nymph was called Echo. Hope you enjoyed the quiz.
Source: Author Quizzical

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