Strange encounters trivia:Ginger Aliens

Strange encounters trivia:Ginger Aliens

Jose Antonio Da Silva (from Bebedouro, Brazil) just wanted to fish. He got up early that morning to…
Strange encounters trivia:Silver Monster

Strange encounters trivia:Silver Monster

It was a long night on the farm in Kelly, Kentucky. It all started when Billy Ray Taylor…

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Strange encounters trivia:Space Cone

Strange encounters trivia:Space Cone

On Sunday, November 1, 1954, Rosa Dainelli was walking along a footpath through fields and thickets on her…
Baking soda trivia:Is it really omnipotent?

Baking soda trivia:Is it really omnipotent?

Baking soda is very common in daily life. In addition to eating, it is also loved by people…
Water trivia:Where does the water from the earth come from?

Water trivia:Where does the water from the earth come from?

Water can be described as ubiquitous, rain and snow, rivers and lakes… There are waters around us, but…
Strange encounters trivia:Frog Aliens

Strange encounters trivia:Frog Aliens

Harrison Bailey loved to walk so much that he found a way to profit from it; he had…
Molière trivia: Where is he dead?

Molière trivia: Where is he dead?

Molière is a famous French comedy writer, actor, drama activist and the founder of French ballet comedy. He…
Sports trivia:What is the difference between aerobic exercise and anaerobic exercise?

Sports trivia:What is the difference between aerobic exercise and anaerobic exercise?

Nowadays, sports has become a fashion. It is often heard by people who love sports, aerobic exercise and…
Plant trivia:Why does mimosa close with touch?

Plant trivia:Why does mimosa close with touch?

For many people, plants are unaware. However, gently touch the leaves of the mimosa, it will be as…
Cheetah Trivia: Its top speed?

Cheetah Trivia: Its top speed?

The top speed of the cheetah is 114 kilometers (70 miles). At present, the king of sprinters in…
Political trivia:Where was the first meeting of the League of Nations held?

Political trivia:Where was the first meeting of the League of Nations held?

On January 16, 1920, the League of Nations held its first council meeting in Paris. The League of…
Royal trivia:Where was Elizabeth I crowned?

Royal trivia:Where was Elizabeth I crowned?

Elizabeth I was crowned Queen of England at Westminster Abbey in London brief introduction Elizabeth I (English: Elizabeth…
Unlucky trivia:Unlucky numbers in motorcycle endurance races?

Unlucky trivia:Unlucky numbers in motorcycle endurance races?

Among the motorcycle endurance, 113 is considered to be an unlucky number for the contestants, commonly known as…
Cricket trivia: What are the unlucky numbers in English cricket?

Cricket trivia: What are the unlucky numbers in English cricket?

In the British cricket match, the score is 111 points or multiples (222 is divided into “double Nelson”,…
Tolkien trivia: The Lord of the Rings writer Tolkien 110, how did it come?

Tolkien trivia: The Lord of the Rings writer Tolkien 110, how did it come?

110 is also known as “eleventy”, a famous term by Tolkin, a linguist and writer Tolkien (Bilbo Baggins…
Subway trivia: the first subway in North America?

Subway trivia: the first subway in North America?

The world’s first subway was the Metropolitan Subway in London, England. It was built in 1863 and has…
Formula racing trivia:What is the 107% rule in F1?

Formula racing trivia:What is the 107% rule in F1?

The 107% rule “is used in the Formula One Championship (F1). Drivers who qualify for a race outside…
Empire State Building Trivia: How many floors does this building have?

Empire State Building Trivia: How many floors does this building have?

The Empire State Building is a high-rise building completed on April 11, 1931 and is one of the…
Shark trivia:How far does the shark smell the blood?

Shark trivia:How far does the shark smell the blood?

The 1-meter-long shark has a total olfactory membrane area of ​​4,842 square centimeters, so the shark’s sense of…
Coca-Cola trivia:Where is the first bottle of Coca-Cola produced?

Coca-Cola trivia:Where is the first bottle of Coca-Cola produced?

In 1899, Coca-Cola was the first bottle in a factory in Patten Parkway in downtown Chattanooga, where two…
Jamaica trivia:a country with 120 rivers

Jamaica trivia:a country with 120 rivers

Jamaica is a natural paradise surrounded by the blue sea, with 6 endless mountains, 120 rivers, and 200…
Weather trivia:A city that has only snowed once?

Weather trivia:A city that has only snowed once?

As we all know, Florida is a tourist destination famous for its sunshine and coast. The state also…
Children Trivia:What is the effect of the children's puzzle program?

Children Trivia:What is the effect of the children’s puzzle program?

Many parents like to infuse their children with scientific ideas from an early age. From an early age,…
Google Maps Trivia:The map is a murderer and a corpse

Google Maps Trivia:The map is a murderer and a corpse

For those who’ve always wondered if Google Maps has ever accidentally recorded a serious crime, we’re here to…
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