Trivia Question: How far does human blood travel during one day?
Trivia Answer: 12,000 miles
Trivia Teaser: On average the blood fully circulates in the human body some seven to eight times per minute.
Trivia Question: What bird is the longest lived?
Trivia Answer: Turkey buzzard
Trivia Teaser: Turkey buzzards have a long life span compared to most other birds; they can live up to 30 years in captivity.
Trivia Question: What continent has the most countries?
Trivia Answer: Africa
Trivia Teaser: Africa is home to 53 independent countries, representing more than 25 percent of the countries of the world. There are 47 countries on mainland Africa and six nearby island countries.
Trivia Question: What mammal is the longest lived?
Trivia Answer: Human
Trivia Teaser: The mammal with the longest recorded life is man. Some human beings live more than 110 years. After humans, the Asiatic elephant lives the longest; one elephant lived to be 78 years old.
Trivia Question: What is the largest continent on earth?
Trivia Answer: Asia
Trivia Teaser: Currently, Asia is Earth’s largest continent at approximately 17,300,000 square miles (44,806,812 square kilometers). Africa comes in second at about 11,700,000 square miles (30,300,000 square kilometers). However, Continental Drift Theory suggests that the continents have moved over the years through the process of plate tectonics. Many geologists believe that, during the Mesozoic era, all of the continents combined to form a supercontinent known as Pangaea which would have dwarfed the largest continent today. It is believed that Pangaea began to break up about 200 million years ago.
Trivia Question: What percentage of the earth is covered by water?
Trivia Answer: 70 percent
Trivia Teaser: Seventy percent of the Earth’s surface is covered by water. The remaining 30 percent is covered by mountains, volcanoes, deserts, plains, and valleys. Only 3 percent of that water is fresh or drinking water. Earth is the only planet that can have water in liquid form on the surface.