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Science Trivia Question & Answer

Science Trivia Question & Answer

This list of interesting and fun science trivia questions will serve not only as a brain teaser but also as a great activity to share with family and friends. The Science quiz game will ensure that both parents and children are well-versed in the current scientific world. We want to make scientific knowledge acquisition fun. To play science trivia jeopardy, you can print out sheets of trivia questions. This section has been divided into sections for adults and kids.

Interesting Science Trivia Facts

  • One sun needs 1,000,000 earthen piles
  • In a lifetime, a person can produce approximately 10,000 gallons saliva
  • Humans take approximately 23,000 breaths per day
  • An Ant can lift 50x its body weight.
  • Temperatures of 15 million degrees Fahrenheit can be reached by the sun
  • 997 is the largest three-digit prime number.
  • About 3800 minerals have been given names, and there are still many

Science Trivia Question And Answer For Kids

Q. What do bees use to make honey? 

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 Nectar from flowers

Q. Name the hottest planet in the solar system? 

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 Venus

Q. Is water the nature of water? 

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 Polar

Q. How many elements are there in a periodic table? 

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 118

Q. What are omnivores? 

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 Animals that eat both meat and plants

Q. What is the symbol of magnesium? 

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 Mg

Q. What are the animals with no backbone called? 

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 Invertebrates

Q. Which organ pumps the blood in the human body? 

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 Heart

Q. What do sharks lack? 

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 Bones

Q. The person who studies stars is called? 

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 Astronomer

Q. What does earthworm lack? 

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 Backbone

Q. What does a Caterpillar is grown into? 

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 Butterfly

Q. Write down the symbol of Gold. 

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 Au

Q. Do bees sleep? 

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 No

Q. NaCl is the chemical formula of what? 

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 Table salt

Q. The line that divides the earth into two parts is called? 

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 Equator

Q. How many taste buds are there in a human’s tongue? 

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 9000

Q. Which is the fastest land snake? 

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 Black Mamba

Q. Name the planet that has the longest day. 

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 Venus

Q. Which continent have no bees? 

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 Antarctica

Q. Which gas in the air makes us remain alive? 

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 Oxygenv

Q. Which three subatomic particles are known as building blocks of an atom? 

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 Proton, Neutron, and electron

Q. Which nerve affects the sense of smell in the brain? 

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 Olfactory Nerve

Q. Which natural ability of human body provides resistance against certain diseases? 

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 Immunity

Q. Which is the only bird in the world with an ability to fly backward? 

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 The Hummingbird

Q. Which antibiotic is used to treat bacterial infections? 

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 Penicillin

Q. Pearls are obtained from which sea creature? 

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 Oysters

Q. Which animals are mainly fed on seals? 

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 Polar bears

Q. Which gas is in the higher percentage in the atmosphere? 

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 Nitrogen (78%)

Q. How many layers of the atmosphere are there? 

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 Four

Q. Which is the largest organ in the human body? 

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 Liver

Q. Which is the fastest fish in the ocean? 

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 Sailfish

Q. Which blood group is known as a universal donor? 

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 O negativev

Q. How much oxygen does our atmosphere contains? 

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 21%

Q. An octopus has how many hearts? 

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 Three

Q. Is tomato vegetable or a fruit or? 

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 Fruit

Q. Name the sugar found in Milk. 

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 Lactose

Q. Who was the first man to walk on the moon? 

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 Neil Armstrong

Q. What is the last element of the periodic table? 

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 Ununoctium

Q. Which fish is the largest in the world? 

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 Whale Shark

Q. The lead in the pencil is formed of which Mineral? 

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 Graphite

Q. Which acid does car batteries have? 

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 Sulphuric Acid

Q. How many bones are there in Giraffe’s Neck? 

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 Seven

Q. The outermost layer of earth is called as? 

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 Crust

Q. The person who studies weather is called? 

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 Meteorologist

Q. Name the world’s largest ocean. 

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 Pacific ocean

Q. Name the planet that is farthest from the sun. 

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 Neptune

Q. Who gave the three laws of motion? 

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 Isaac Newton

Q. Clowder represents which group of animals? 

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 Cats

Q. Which protein acts as a catalyst? 

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 Enzymes

Q. Which Vitamin does Orange have? 

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 Vitamin C

Q. How many Vitamins are there in the world? 

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 13 Vitamins

Q. Which blood group is the rare blood type in humans? 

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 AB negative

Q. Name the longest bone in the human body. 

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 Femur

Q. Animals that spend half of their life in water and half on land are called? 

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 Amphibians

Q. The planets outside our solar system are called? 

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 Extrasolar planets

Q. Animals that only relay on meat is called? 

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 Carnivores

Q. Name the animal that has the largest brain. 

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 Sperm Whalev

Q. The animal that has the largest ear is named as? 

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 African Elephant

Q. What is the other name for Vitamin C? 

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 Ascorbic Acid

Science Trivia Question And Answer For Adults

Q. What is outer ear called? 

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 Pinna

Q. Is Broadway located in? 

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 New York

Q. Where does photosynthesis occur? 

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 In Chloroplast

Q. Name the world’s tallest grass. 

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 Bamboo

Q. What is the percentage of iron present in red blood cells? 

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 70%

Q. Where is hemoglobin found? 

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 In Red Blood Cells

Q. What do waves transfer? 

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 Energy

Q. Under what conditions body becomes free fall? 

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 Under the action of gravity only

Q. What is the least count of meter road? 

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 1cm

Q. What does IUPAC stand for? 

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 The International Union of pure and applied chemistry

Q. Which vitamin is produced in the human body when the sun is high on sky? 

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 Vitamin D

Q. ATP stands for what? 

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 Adenosine triphosphate

Q. What is Hypoglycemia? 

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 Medical term for low blood sugar

Q. How is NASA abbreviated? 

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 National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Q. Other than mercury which element of the periodic table is liquid at room temperature? 

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 Bromine

Q. Name the world’s largest Active Volcano. 

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 Mauna Loa

Q. Name the four layers of the atmosphere. 

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 Troposphere, stet sphere, mesosphere, and thermosphere

Q. Name the strongest magnet in the Universe? 

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 Neutron Star

Q. When was Ozone hole discovered? 

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 1980 over Antarctica

Q. What is the radius of the earth? 

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 64000km

Q. Who is known as the Father Of Psychoanalysis? 

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 Sigmund Freud

Q. Celsius and Fahrenheit become equal at which temperature? 

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 -40 Degrees

Q. Name the tree that produces aspirin. 

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 The white willow tree

Q. Name the psychological tests in which personality and emotions are assessed by using inkblot. 

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 The Rorschach test

Q. How many bones are there in a human body? 

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 306

Q. How many eggs does a queen bee lay every day? 

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 1000-3000

Q. Which acid is used for digestion in the stomach? 

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 HCL

Q. How many bases are there in a DNA? 

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 Four

Q. Write the name of the four DNA bases? 

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 Adenine, Guanine, cytosine, and thymine

Q. For what does RNA stand for? 

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 Ribonucleic acid

Q. The average human body contains how much salt? 

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 Around 250 grams

Q. Of what does the Most of the dust in the home is made of? 

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 Human skin

Q. Why do people get taller in space? 

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 Because the cartilage disks in spine expand under zero gravity

Q. Which instrument is used to measure the pressure of a closed system? 

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 Manometer

Q. What is the resolving power of Light microscope? 

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 25

Q. Scoville Heat Unit Scale measures what? 

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 Heat of chilies

Q. What does EMF stand for? 

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 Electro motive force

Q. Name the hardest substance of the human body. 

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 Tooth enamel

Q. Which cell is considered as the longest cell in the body? 

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 The nerve cell (neuron)

Q. What is the function of bile? 

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 To emulsify fats in small intestine

Q. Name the only metal that is liquid at room temperature? 

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 Mercury

Q. Who was the first to invent a battery? 

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 Count Alessandro Volta

Q. Which organelle is known as a suicidal bag? 

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 Lysosomes

Q. Name the substance that causes fever? 

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 Pyrogen

Q. Who was the one to discover penicillin in 1928? 

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 Sir Alexander Fleming

Q. Name the person who discovered the electrical telegraph in united state? 

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 Samuel Morse

Q. What is the speed of light in Vacuum? 

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 186,282 miles per second

Q. Which organ in the body has the ability to regenerate the lost tissues? 

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 A Liver

Q. What is the name given to the trees that never lose leaves? 

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 Evergreen

Q. What is the percentage of people having green eye color? 

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 2%

Q. Human have how many pairs of chromosomes? 

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 23 Pairs

Q. What has replaced carbonator in modern vehicles? 

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 Fuel Injection

Q. Human red blood cell has a lifespan of? 

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 Around 120 days

Q. What does CNG stand for? 

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 Compress natural gas

Q. Which atmospheric layer is closest to us? 

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 Troposphere

Q. How much lightning is hotter than Sun? 

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 3 times

Q. How much copper is present in Sterling silver? 

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 5%

Q. Which planet is closest to the sun? 

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 Mercury.

Q. The sun is made up of how much of the hydrogen? 

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 70%

Q. Is Suez canal located in? 

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 Egypt

Q. Which Vitamin is known as “Sunshine vitamin”? 

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 Vitamin D

Q. Fe is the Symbol of what? 

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 Iron

Q. Which scale is used to measure Earthquake? 

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 Richard Scale

Q. What is the weight of a human brain? 

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 3 pounds

Q. What is the name of the last president of the Soviet Union? 

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 Mikhail Gorbachev

Q. The first name of the Shakespeare was? 

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 William

Q. Leaning Tower of Pisa is located in? 

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 In Pisa (Italy)

Q. What is the age of the earth? 

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 About 4.5 billion years old

Q. Which planet is known as the fastest spinning planet in our solar system? 

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 Jupiter

Q. Notre Dame is located in? 

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 Paris

Q. Does gamophobia refer to what? 

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 Fear of being committed

Q. What is present between France and Spain? 

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 Pyrenees

Q. Name the bird that was first domesticated. 

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 Goosev

Q. Where is The Golden Gate Bridge? 

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 San Francisco (California)

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