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Hard Miscellaneous Trivia Quiz Questions With Answers For Seniors

How many U.S. states border the Gulf of Mexico?
A: Five.

What's the ballet term for a 360-degree turn on one foot?
A: Pirouette.

What did blind bank robber David Worrell use as a weapon when trying to rob a London bank?
A: His cane.

What Great Lake state has more shoreline than the entire U.S. Atlantic seaboard?
A: Michigan.

What model appeared topless on the self-penned 1993 novel Pirate?
A: Fabio.  

Which country has more tractors per capita, Canada, Iceland or Japan?
A: Iceland.

Who averaged one patent for every three weeks of his life?
A: Thomas Edison.


What Elton John album became the first album to enter the charts at Number One, in 1975?
A: Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy.

What laundry detergent got lots of mileage out of the ad line, "ring around the collar"?
A: Wisk.

Who, after anchoring off Hawaii in 1779, was mistaken for the god Lono?
A: Captain James Cook.

What continent is cut into two fairly equal halves by the Tropic of Capricorn?
A: Australia.

What explorer introduced pigs to North America?
A: Christopher Columbus.

What magazine boasts the slogan: "Test, Inform, Protect"?
A: Consumer Reports.

Who was billed as the "Killer of Custer" in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show?
A: Sitting Bull.


What railway linked Moscow and Irkutsk in 1900?
A: The Trans-Siberian Railway.

What is the minimum  number of musicians a band must have to be considered a "big band"?
A: Ten.

What's a water moccasin often called, due to the white inside its mouth?
A:  A cottonmouth.

What nation was bounced from the Organization of American States in 1962?
A: Cuba.

What continent has the fewest flowering plants?
A: Antarctica.

What element begins with the letter "K"?
A: Krypton.

What country saw a world record 315 million voters turn out for elections on May 20, 1991?
A: India.


What Lewis Carroll book was banned in China after censors decided: "Animals should not use human language"?
A: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.

What is the least popular month for U.S. weddings?
A: January.

What spot once registered 134 degrees, the highest temperature ever in the U.S.?
A: Death Valley.

What was the first organ successfully transplanted from a cadaver to a live person?
A: A kidney.

What surname means "son of Nick"?
A: Nixon.

What duo survived a 1909 shootout with Bolivia's cavalry, according to historians?
A: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.

What F-word is defined in physics as a "nuclear reaction in which nuclei combine to form more massive nuclei"?
A: Fusion.


What's the largest and densest of the four rocky planets?
A: Earth.

What ingredient in fresh milk is eventually devoured by bacteria, causing the sour taste?
A: Lactose.

Who offered insurance against an accidental death caused by a falling Sputnik?
A: Lloyds of London.

How many months per year do residents of Tromoso, Norway go without seeing a sunset?
A: Three.

What Beatrix Potter tale is the top-selling children's book of all time?
A: The Tale of Peter Rabbit.

What national holiday in Mexico has picnickers munching chocolate coffins and sugar skulls?
A: The Day of the Dead.

What nation's military attached dynamite packs to Dobermans before sending them into Palestinian guerilla hideouts?
A: Israel.


What was the first planet to be discovered using the telescope, in 1781?
A: Uranus.

How many days does a cat usually stay in heat?
A: Five.