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How's Your General Knowledge - 6



beebopBeebop on 09/03/2009

Trivia Quiz Hope you enjoy these 10 questions about general trivia.
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Rating:  (7.57/9)
Difficulty:  Somewhat Difficult
Taken: 73 times

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Comments (15)
wiseoldowl
Wiseoldowl  (Level: 32.0)
Sat, 21st May '11 1:41 AM

Good quiz; lowsy taker.


dragon
Dragon  (Level: 265.6)
Sat, 5th Sep '09 10:13 AM

Research shows all birds see blue. for example, the bower bird, according to the nature website: For the male Satin, which builds a U-shaped bower from parallel walls of twigs, the favored color is blue. To decorate its “avenue,” as scientists call it, he collects blue feathers, berries, shells, and flowers. If it couldn't see blue, how would it know which objects to collect?


dragon
Dragon  (Level: 265.6)
Sat, 5th Sep '09 10:13 AM

Research shows all birds see blue. for example, the bower bird, according to the nature website: For the male Satin, which builds a U-shaped bower from parallel walls of twigs, the favored color is blue. To decorate its “avenue,” as scientists call it, he collects blue feathers, berries, shells, and flowers. If it couldn't see blue, how would it know which objects to collect?


dragon
Dragon  (Level: 265.6)
Sat, 5th Sep '09 10:13 AM

Research shows all birds see blue. for example, the bower bird, according to the nature website: For the male Satin, which builds a U-shaped bower from parallel walls of twigs, the favored color is blue. To decorate its “avenue,” as scientists call it, he collects blue feathers, berries, shells, and flowers. If it couldn't see blue, how would it know which objects to collect?


dragon
Dragon  (Level: 265.6)
Sat, 5th Sep '09 10:13 AM

Research shows all birds see blue. for example, the bower bird, according to the nature website: For the male Satin, which builds a U-shaped bower from parallel walls of twigs, the favored color is blue. To decorate its “avenue,” as scientists call it, he collects blue feathers, berries, shells, and flowers. If it couldn't see blue, how would it know which objects to collect?








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