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Trivia Challenge

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  1. March 10 is Mario Day; why was that date chosen?
  2. What was Dr. Seuss’s first children’s book?
  3. What record label did Berry Gordy found?
  4. On March 11, 1990, what USSR republic was the first to declare independence?
  5. What is the smallest dog breed and named after the largest state in Mexico?
  6. What animal has the longest lifespan: giant tortoise, Greenland shark or immortal jellyfish?
  7. What U.S. president would not use the telephone while in office and once said, “You can’t know too much, but you can say too much”?
  8. On March 12, 1901, Andrew Carnegie offered New York $5.2 million to build 65 of what type of building?
  9. In 1964 what red-haired English singer-songwriter/actor appeared on BBC as founder of “The Society for The Prevention of Cruelty to Long-Haired Men”?
  10. On March 13, 2020, Jeff Reitz of California won a Guinness World Record for most consecutive visits (2,995) to what amusement park?
  11. How are lemons, oranges and tomatoes similar
  12. In Gainesville – nicknamed “Poultry Capital of the World” – in what state is it only legal to eat fried chicken with your fingers?
  13. On March 14, 1885, in London, what Gilbert & Sullivan comic opera set in Japan was first publicly performed?
  14. Where is the tallest windmill in the world: China, Holland or USA?
  15. When in the month are the “ides”?
  16. On March 15, 1820, what state that was originally part of another state was formed?
  17. How are coffee cherry and coffee bean different?
  18. What is the opposite of a stalagmite?
  19. What does “knee high by the Fourth of July” mean?
  20. On March 16, 1995, what U.S. state became the last to formally ratify the 13th Amendment to the Constitution (abolishing slavery)?
  1. Because when it is written as Mar10 it looks like his name.
  2. “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street”
  3. Motown
  4. Lithuania
  5. Chihuahua
  6. Immortal jellyfish (It can reverse its life cycle.)
  7. Calvin Coolidge
  8. Libraries
  9. David Bowie
  10. Disneyland
  11. They are berries.
  12. Georgia
  13. “The Mikado”
  14. Holland (the De Noord)
  15. The middle
  16. Maine (originally part of Massachusetts)
  17. The former is the fruit that contains two seeds, or beans.
  18. A stalactite
  19. It is an expression used to describe a good corn crop.
  20. Mississippi

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