Free Online Trivia Game Quiz – 5

  1. Who were Ziggurats?
  2. Who wrote Bambi?
  3. What percent of its life does an albatross spend gliding?
  4. What is the world’s smallest primate?
  5. In September 1925 what safety feature was added to London streets?
  6. How many different kinds of animals are represented in animal crackers?

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  1. Stepped towers or temple towers
    Interesting Fact: A temple tower of the ancient Assyrians and Babylonians, having the form of a terraced pyramid of successively receding stories. 

  2. Siegmund Salzmann aka Felix Salten
    Interesting Fact: Bambi, ein Leben im Walde (Bambi, A Life in the Woods) is a book by Felix Salten, first printed in 1923. Bambi is the name of the main character, a male roe deer beginning life as a fawn, then an adolescent spike, and finally a buck. Felix Salten was the pen-name of Siegmund Salzmann, who was born in Budapest, Hungary but grew up in Vienna, Austria. The book was translated from German into English by Whittaker Chambers, who needed to supplement his income while working at a Communist newspaper. Felix Salten wrote a sequel, entitled Bambi’s Children.

  3. 90 percent
    Interesting Fact: Albatrosses are among the most spectacular gliders of all birds; in windy weather they can stay aloft for hours without flapping their wings. They drink seawater and usually eat squid. Albatrosses come ashore only to breed, in colonies typically established on remote oceanic islands. Adults of common species attain wingspans of 7 ? 11 feet. Albatrosses live long and may be among the few birds to die of old age. They were once held in awe by seamen, who held that killing one would bring bad luck.

  4. Lesser mouse lemur
    Interesting Fact: These are 1 ounce in size and are nocturnal, with correspondingly large eyes, and essentially arboreal, with relatively long tails. The tarsal bones in the heel region of the foot are mildly elongated. The fur is dense and woolly in all species. As a general rule, species inhabiting the eastern rain forest tend to be rufous (reddish brown) in dorsal coloration, while those living in the dryer forests in the west are grayer. In all species, the ventral fur is considerably lighter and varies from white through cream to yellowish brown. The external ears (pin nae) are relatively large and, in some species, very conspicuous.

  5. White lines to mark the center of the road
    Interesting Fact: The idea of painting a center white line was first experimented in 1921 in Sutton Cold field, Birmingham, England. Following complaints by residents over reckless driving and several collisions, the Sutton Cold field Corporation decided to paint the line on Maney Corner in the area of Maney.

  6. 37
    Interesting Fact: Animal shaped crackers, first produced in 1902 by National Biscuit Co. as Barnum’s animal crackers.

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