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1. Afghanistan: Buzkashi, the national sport, typically features horses and...
Snow Leopards
Goats
Deer
2. Albania: What is the currency of Albania?
Lek
Euro
Kroon
3. Algeria: What is Algeria's national animal, the smallest of its kind?
Fennec Fox
Sahara Frog
Kori Bustard
4. Andorra: is the world's only co-principality.
True
False
5. Angola: What is the official language of Angola?
Portuguese
French
English
6. Antigua and Barbuda: What group of islands is the nation a part of?
Greater Antilles
Windward Islands
Leeward Islands
7. Argentina: contains the highest and lowest points in the Southern Hemisphere.
True
False
8. Armenia*: What is the only country that does not recognize Armenia?
Turkey
Pakistan
Singapore
9. Australia: The Great Barrier Reef is home to roughly how many fish species?
780
1,600
8,000
10. Austria: "Austro", the Germanic origin of Austria's name, means what?
East
West
South
11. Azerbaijan: Baku is situated on the shores of the Black Sea.
True
False
Baku is situated on the shores of the Caspian Sea.
12. Bahamas: is located in the Caribbean Sea.
True
False
The Bahamas is located in the Atlantic Ocean, contrary to popular belief.
13. Bahrain: Why is "Dive Bahrain" significant?
It is the only place where one can legally scuba dive in the Persian Gulf.
It is the world's largest underwater theme park.
It contains the world's first artificial reef.
14. Bangladesh: What is the world's largest contiguous mangrove forest?
Kowloon
Irrawaddy
Sundarbans
15. Barbados: Which of the following fruits probably originated in Barbados?
Grapefruit
Banana
Kumquat
16. Belarus: What food is associated with the Eastern Slavic holiday Maslenitsa?
Potatoes
Pancakes
Falafel
17. Belgium: In Brussels, one can find Mannekin Pis. What is Mannekin Pis?
Mannequin museum
World's oldest puppet
Peeing boy
18. Belize: Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary is the world's only reserve for...
Jaguars
Quetzals
Tapirs
19. Benin: Porto-Novo is the most populous city in Benin.
True
False
Cotonou is the most populous city and has a population more than double Porto-Novo.
20. Bhutan: is the only country with what national sport?
Archery
Field Hockey
Equestrian
21. Bolivia: Which of the following records does Bolivia NOT hold?
Most officially recognized languages
Largest mountain in South America
World's highest navigable lake
World's largest salt flat
The largest mountain in South America is Aconcagua, located in Argentina.
22. Bosnia & Herzegovina: What peace agreement ended the Bosnian War?
Abraham Accords
Dayton Accords
Peace of Westphalia
23. Botswana: is the country with the greatest amount of what species?
Cheetah
Hippopotamus
Elephant
24. Brazil: Zé Gotinha is a Brazilian...
2016 Rio Olympics Mascot
Rapper
Vaccine Mascot
Zé Gotinha was created in the 1980s to help promote vaccination against polio. During the coronavirus pandemic, however, he has made few (if any) appearances, prompting many Brazilians to wonder -- and pose conspiracy theories -- about his whereabouts.
25. Brunei: is the only country to be ruled by a sultan.
True
False
Oman is also ruled by a sultan.
26. Bulgaria: The gaida, Bulgaria's national instrument, is a type of what?
Harp
Flute
Bagpipes
27. Burkina Faso: was previously known by what name?
Upper Volta
Mossiland
Nyasaland
28. Burundi: In 2014, jogging was declared a crime.
True
False
29. Cambodia: What architectural structure is depicted on Cambodia's flag?
Bayon Temple
Angkor Wat
Buddha Statue
30. Cameroon: What does the goliath frog sometimes use to build its nests?
Mud
Rocks
Fecal Matter
The goliath frog, found in Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea, is the world's largest frog.
31. Canada: Hawaiian pizza was actually invented in Canada.
True
False
It was created by Sam Panopoulos at the Satellite Restaurant in Chatham, Ontario, Canada in 1962.
32. Cape Verde: largest island shares a name with what South American capital?
Caracas
Santiago
Bogotá
33. Central African Republic: As of 2018, CAR had the lowest life expectancy of...
25.4 years
42.3 years
52.8 years
34. Chad: is doubly landlocked.
True
False
Only two countries are doubly landlocked: Uzbekistan and Liechtenstein.
35. Chile: Which of the following cannot be found in Chile?
World's largest swimming pool
Penguins
Marine Iguanas
Moai
Marine Iguanas can only be found in the Galapagos Islands, owned by Ecuador.
36. China: has how many time zones?
1
6
14
37. Colombia: has a population of wild hippos.
True
False
In the late 1970's, drug lord Pablo Escobar kept four at his estate. Following his death, they were left unintended and multiplied. As of December 2019, there was an estimated 90-120 in the wild.
38. Comoros: is comprised of a single island.
True
False
There are four main islands, as well as smaller ones.
39. Costa Rica: Which species has NOT been featured on the colón (currency)?
Sloth
Iguana
Capuchin
40. Croatia: Which popular HBO series was filmed in Croatia's Dalmatian coast?
The Unicorn
The Blacklist
Game of Thrones
41. Cuba: What is the world's smallest bird, endemic to only Cuba?
Cuban Trogon
Bee Hummingbird
Lesser Finch
42. Cyprus*: Cyprus's national flag is the only to include a map of the country.
True
False
Kosovo's does as well.
43. Czech Republic: has the highest per capita consumption of what?
Cheese
Beer
Potatoes
44. Democratic Republic of the Congo: What is the national animal of the DRC?
Okapi
Bongo
Bonobo
45. Denmark: has the highest per capita consumption of what?
Cheese
Beer
Potatoes
46. Djibouti: Which of these countries does NOT have a military base in Djibouti?
United States
Japan
Russia
47. Dominica: Which of the following statements about Dominica is false?
There are no rivers.
There is purple on Dominica's flag.
It's home to the world's second largest hot spring.
48. Dominican Republic: What is the most popular sport?
Soccer
Baseball
Golf
49. East Timor: Besides Portuguese, what is the official language of East Timor?
Timorese
English
Tetum
50. Ecuador: Which of the following cannot be found on Ecuador's flag?
Condor
Mount Chimborazo
Map of the Galapagos Islands
51. Egypt: has the most pyramids of any country.
True
False
Egypt's southern neighbor, Sudan, has the most.
52. El Salvador: The Football War (1969) was between El Salvador and...
Guatemala
Nicaragua
Honduras
53. Equatorial Guinea: The mainland is referred to by what name?
Fernando Poo
Bioko
Rio Muni
54. Eritrea: Eritrean cuisine is typically served on injera, a type of spongy what?
Bowl
Bread
Tortilla
55. Estonia: What social platform's software was developed in Estonia?
Instagram
Tik-Tok
Skype
56. Eswatini: For how long did King Sobhuza II reign as monarch?
40 years
68 years
82 years
He was the world's longest reigning monarch.
57. Ethiopia: What Ethiopian has won Time Magazine's Person of the Year?
Haile Selassie
Abiy Ahmed
Gigi
Selassie did so in 1935, when Italian forces invaded Ethiopia, starting the Second Italo-Abyssinian War.
58. Fed. States of Micronesia: has __ states (represented by stars on the flag).
4
48
607
59. Fiji: Hindi is an official language.
True
False
60. Finland: Which of the following statements about Finland is false?
Mobile Phone Throwing is a popular sport.
There are more saunas than cars.
There are no Finnish dialects.
Angry Birds was invented in Finland.
61. France: The croissant's origin is inextricably French.
True
False
The croissant's origins can be traced back to the kipferl, which was Austrian.
62. Gabon: Approximately what percent of Gabon is covered by forest?
60%
85%
97%
63. Gambia: has the largest width-to-height ratio of any country.
True
False
64. Georgia: The country's capital, Tbilisi, translates to roughly what in English?
"Old Town"
"Snowy Peak"
"Warm Location"
65. Germany: all of Germany's autobahns have no speed limits.
True
False
Limits are posted (and enforced) in areas that are urbanized, substandard, accident-prone, or under construction. According to the Federal Road Research Institute, around 23.4% of autobahns had permanent speed limits.
66. Ghana: Which of the following statements about Ghana is false?
It contains the world's largest artificial resevoir.
The country's name translates to "Warrior King."
It is typical for Ghanaians to customize coffins.
Ghana has the highest HDI value of any country in Africa.
Mauritius has the highest HDI value of any African country. Ghana doesn't even fall within the top 10.
67. Greece: As of 2019, its debt was approximately what percent of its GDP?
90%
120%
180%
68. Grenada: supplies approximately 40% of the world's supply of what spice?
Paprika
Nutmeg
Ginger
69. Guatemala: What is Guatemala's national bird, found on the country's flag?
Keel-billed toucan
Motmot
Quetzal
70. Guinea: Guinea pigs are originally from Guinea & surrounding areas.
True
False
Guinea pigs span parts of South America.
71. Guinea-Bissau: Which of these nuts is Guinea-Bissau's largest export?
Cashews
Peanuts
Walnuts
72. Guyana: the world's largest single-drop waterfall by volume is named...
Angel Falls
Kaieteur Falls
Essequibo Falls
73. Haiti: Vodou (Voodoo) is an officially recognized religion in Haiti.
True
False
74. Honduras: the term "banana republic" was coined to describe Honduras.
True
False
75. Hungary: has more medals than any country at which Summer Olympic sport?
Judo
Synchronized Swimming
Water Polo
It also leads in the modern pentathlon.
76. Iceland: is the only country to allow the hunting of which species?
Puffin
Whale
Caribou
77. India: Which of the following religions did not originate in India?
Jainism
Zoroastrianism
Buddhism
78. Indonesia: Rafflesia arnoldii is the world's largest what?
Flower
Fruit
Tree
79. Iran: is the only-non African country home to what species of animal?
Leopard
Cheetah
Lion
80. Iraq: What term refers to the rectangular stepped towers of Mesopotamia?
Fire Temple
Tepui
Ziggurat
81. Ireland: What country's flag is most similar to Ireland's?
Senegal
Chad
Ivory Coast
82. Israel: PM Naftali Bennett represents what Israeli political party?
Likud
Blue and White
Yamina
83. Italy: Pizza's origins can be traced to what Italian city?
Florence
Naples
Milan
84. Ivory Coast: What American pop singer was declared king of Sanwi in 1992?
Prince
Michael Jackson
Eminem
85. Jamaica: What is the fastest speed ever recorded from Usain Bolt?
24.6 miles per hour
27.8 miles per hour
33.4 miles per hour
86. Japan: the average delay for a Japanese train is under one minute.
True
False
87. Jordan: The area of Wadi Rum is significant for what industry?
Energy
Film Industry
Agriculture
The area resembles the surface of Mars. Lawrence of Arabia, The Martian, and Red Planet, among others, were filmed there.
88. Kazakhstan: Which of these is NOT believed to have originated in KZ?
Domesticated Horses
Kebabs
Borat
Apples
Kebabs originated in the Middle East.
89. Kenya: is the only country where Swahili is an official language.
True
False
Tanzania and Uganda also designate Swahili as an official language.
90. Kiribati: has territory in all four hemispheres.
True
False
91. Kosovo: is disputedly claimed by what other country?
Montenegro
Bosnia & Herzegovina
Serbia
92. Kuwait: Kuwaitis are a minority in Kuwait.
True
False
93. Kyrgyzstan: approximately how many lines is the Epic of Manas?
20,000
100,000
500,000
The Epic of Manas is considered one of the world's longest poetic works.
94. Laos: Approximately 80% of arable land is used to grow which crop?
Leeks
Rice
Water Chestnut
95. Latvia: What dead language's last speaker was a Latvian that died in 2013?
Latin
Livonian
Coptic
96. Lebanon: What species of tree is depicted on the Lebanese flag?
Oak
Spruce
Cedar
97. Lesotho: Which of the following statements about Lesotho is false?
Lesotho was never colonized by Europeans.
The country contains ski resorts.
The fictional Marvel country of Wakanda was inspired by Lesotho.
The country contains the world's highest low point.
Lesotho (Basutoland) became a British Colony in 1959.
98. Liberia: Calvin Coolidge had what species, captured in Liberia, as a pet?
White Rhinoceros
Pygmy Hippopotamus
African Leopard
The pygmy hippopotamus was named Billy.
99. Libya: From 1977-2011, Libya had a flag that was solely what color?
Green
Black
White
100. Liechtenstein: Which of these statements about Liechtenstein is false?
Women do not hold the right to vote.
The country is the world's largest manufacturer of false teeth.
At one point, you could rent the entire country by evening.
101. Lithuania: Domantas Sabonis & Jonas Valanciunas are stars of...
Ice Hockey
Basketball
Baseball
102. Luxembourg: is the world's only grand duchy.
True
False
103. Madagascar: approximately what percent of species are endemic?
60%
90%
100%
104. Malawi: To benefit the economy, Pres. Joyce Banda sold what in 2013?
State House
Presidential Jet
Inaugural Dress
105. Malaysia: is the only megadiverse country in Asia.
True
False
Not even close. Of the 17 megadiverse countries, four others are in Asia: China, India, Indonesia, and Philippines.
106. Maldives: Which of the following statements about the Maldives is false?
The government once held an underwater cabinet meeting.
It is both the lowest and flattest country in the world.
Pets are completely banned in the country.
It is the world's smallest Islamic nation.
Dogs are banned, but there are no other significant restrictions!
107. Mali: The Grand Mosque, in Djenne, is the largest structure built out of...
Mud
Limestone
Bamboo
108. Malta: More than one U.S. Supreme Court justice has taught law in Malta.
True
False
Chief Justice John Roberts, Justice Sotomayor, and the late Justice Ginsburg, among others, have taught in Valletta.
109. Marshall Islands: has the world's largest sanctuary for what creature?
Sharks
Coconut Crabs
Eels
110. Mauritania: was the first country in Africa to ban slavery.
True
False
Mauritania was actually the last African country to ban slavery, doing so in 1981. (It is still practiced today.)
111. Mauritius: What flightless bird became extinct shortly after it was settled?
Dodo
Moa
Elephant Bird
112. Mexico: How tall is Cuexcomate Volcano, the world's smallest volcano?
43 feet
168 feet
904 feet
Technically, it's a geyser.
113. Moldova: has the largest per-capita consumption of what?
Potato Chips
Sugar Beet
Alcohol
114. Monaco: Approximately what percent of its citizens are millionaires?
9%
32%
58%
115. Mongolia: In Mongolia, you may encounter some "airag." What is airag?
Type of horse
Type of nomadic dwelling structure
Fermented horse milk
116. Montenegro: Flamingos can be encountered in Montenegro.
True
False
117. Morocco: Which of the following statements about Morocco is false?
Its flag has the most red of any country.
It's the only country that has Berber as an official language.
Its national animal is extinct.
Green tea with mint is extremely popular.
Berber is also an official language in Algeria. (The extinct national animal is the barbary lion.)
118. Mozambique: is only single-word country to contain all five vowels in name.
True
False
119. Myanmar: uses the metric system.
True
False
Liberia and the United States also refrain from using it.
120. Namibia: Which of the following records does Namibia not hold?
World's largest underground lake
Country with the most wild cheetahs
Country with the lowest population density
Mongolia has the lowest population density. Namibia is second.
121. Nauru: was once the world's wealthiest nation because of what resource?
Oil
Phosphate
Iron Ore
122. Nepal: is the only country whose national flag is...
Not Rectangular
Not Flown at Parliament
Nonexistent
123. Netherlands: is the country with the tallest people, on average.
True
False
The average height of a Dutch man is roughly 182.5cm (6'0"); a Dutch woman 168.7cm (5'5")
124. New Zealand: Which of the following records do the Kiwis not hold?
Southernmost national capital city
Shortest jury deliberation
Most spoken languages
Longest place name
Papua New Guinea has the most spoken languages, with roughly 850. New Zealand has around 160.
125. Nicaragua: What is the only major freshwater lake to contain sharks?
Lake Ometepe
Lake Zapatera
Lake Nicaragua
The lake, Nicaragua's largest, is home to bull sharks.
126. Niger: in 2018, had the highest total fertility rate of any country. What was it?
4.72 children born / woman
5.86 children born / woman
6.91 children born / woman
127. Nigeria: derives more revenue from its film industry than from oil.
True
False
128. North Korea: Which statement about the DPRK's constitution is false?
It guarantees a right to relaxation.
"Kim Jong-un" is explicitly mentioned.
No political party is guaranteed leadership in government.
129. North Macedonia: In Feb. 2019, changed its name because of a dispute with...
Albania
Greece
Serbia
The dispute arose because of the ambiguity that existed between The Republic of Macedonia, the adjacent Greek region of Macedonia, and the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedon.
130. Norway: Which of these Norwegian cities hosted the 1994 Winter Olympics?
Oslo
Lillehammer
Hammerfest
131. Oman: What African island was once the capital & residence of monarchs?
Zanzibar
Saint-Francois
Mauritius
132. Pakistan: What is the national sport of Pakistan?
Cricket
Field Hockey
Handball
133. Palau: there is a lake with millions of non-stinging jellyfish.
True
False
134. Panama: Which of the following statements about Panama is false?
Panama hats were actually created in Ecuador.
Panama does not have an army.
Through Panama, it's possible to drive between North America and South America.
The narrowest point in the Americas is found in Panama.
It's impossible to drive across the forested Darién Gap, which separates Panama and Colombia.
135. Papua New Guinea: What species of bird is featured on the flag?
Crowned Pigeon
Bird-Of-Paradise
Pitohui
It is also PNG's national animal.
136. Paraguay: Approximately __% of power is generated from hydroelectricity.
0
85
100
137. Peru: Llamas, alpacas, vicuñas, and guanacos are most closely related to...
Camels
Horses
Gerenuks
138. Philippines: When its flag is inverted or flown upside-down...
The president has died.
There is an ongoing transition of power.
The country is at war.
139. Poland: Despite being 93% Catholic, there has never been a Polish pope.
True
False
Pope John Paul II was Polish.
140. Portugal: has one overseas territory, the Azores.
True
False
Portugal also owns Madeira and the Savage Islands.
141. Qatar: What major sporting event will Qatar host for the first time in 2022?
WTA Tour Tennis Championships
FIFA World Cup
FIM Moto Racing World Championships
142. Republic of the Congo: you can drive between Brazzaville and Kinshasa.
True
False
It's roughly 7.5 miles, but it may be time-consuming (around 5.5 hours), depending on number of stops. Most people travel by boat, across the Congo.
143. Romania: Which of these animals is NOT found on the coat of arms?
Golden Eagle
Dolphin
Mole-Rat
144. Russia: Which of these statements about President Vladimir Putin is false?
He formerly worked for the KGB.
He has a black belt in judo.
He regularly skips breakfast.
In 2021, Russians voted him the country's sexiest man.
For breakfast, Putin typically enjoys cottage cheese, an omelet, and the occasional porridge. Fruit juice and quail eggs are also a favorite.
145. Rwanda: is the only country with native mountain gorillas.
True
False
Uganda and the DRC also have populations of mountain gorillas.
146. Saint Kitts & Nevis: Which of these statements is false?
It's possible to swim between the islands of Saint Kitts and Nevis in under an hour.
It's possible to see both the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea at the same time.
Nevis is larger than St. Kitts.
Green monkeys roam the country.
147. Saint Lucia: Which of the following statements about St. Lucia is false?
It contains the world's only drive-in volcano.
It's the only country to be named after a woman.
Of any country, it emits the least carbon dioxide per capita.
It has the most Nobel Prize laureates per capita.
148. Saint Vincent & the Grenadines: Which of these movies was filmed there?
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
Robinson Crusoe (1997)
Captain Phillips
149. Samoa: Copra, a staple crop, is the dried meat of what tropical plant?
Banana
Taro
Coconut
150. San Marino: What's the only country San Marino has beaten in int'l football?
Liechtenstein
Slovenia
Moldova
As of April 2021, the team had six ties and 168 losses. Their win was 1-0 against Liechtenstein, on April 28, 2004.
151. São Tomé and Príncipe: was uninhabited when first colonized by Portugal.
True
False
152. Saudi Arabia: Saudi women first gained the right to do what in 2018?
Drive
Vote
Obtain a Passport
153. Senegal: Which of the following cannot be found in Senegal?
An island made entirely of clamshells.
Africa's tallest statue.
The most UNESCO World Heritage sites of any African country.
Great Green Wall
154. Serbia: Which of these individuals is not considered Serbian?
Nikola Tesla
Nikola Jokic
Franz Kafka
Kafka was Czechoslovak.
155. Seychelles: The coco de mer produces the world's heaviest what?
Bean
Seed
Fruit
156. Sierra Leone: What tree, found in Freetown, is associated w/ freedom?
Poplar Tree
Cotton Tree
Dogwood Tree
157. Singapore: Which of the following is not an official language of Singapore?
Tamil
Mandarin
English
French
158. Slovakia: has the highest per capita number of what structure?
Skyscraper
Castle
Bank
159. Slovenia: What is Slovenia's tallest mountain, which appears on the flag?
Mount Škocjan
Mount Triglav
Mount Esmerelda
160. Solomon Islands: What U.S. President once found himself marooned there?
Harry S Truman
George H.W. Bush
John F. Kennedy
To remind himself of the experience, President Kennedy kept a coconut shell in the Oval Office.
161. Somalia: What country's name was inspired by the capital, Mogadishu?
Madagascar
Mozambique
Comoros
162. South Africa: What instrument became famous at the 2010 World Cup?
Djembe Drum
Vuvuzela
Kazoo
163. South Korea: What is the country's largest corporation?
Samsung
Hyundai
POSCO
164. South Sudan: The Sudd, found in South Sudan, is what type of ecosystem?
Grassland
Desert
Wetland
165. Spain: In what Spanish city would one find the "Running of the Bulls?"
Pamplona
Bilbao
Barcelona
166. Sri Lanka: has the only national flag with a creature that is not a bird.
True
False
Bhutan's flag displays a druk, the thunder dragon of Bhutanese and Tibetan mythology.
167. Sudan: In Sudan, one may encounter a "haboob". What is a haboob?
Type of sandstorm
Desert rodent
Open-air market
168. Suriname: absorbs more carbon dioxide than it emits.
True
False
Bhutan also absorbs more carbon dioxide than it emits.
169. Sweden: Which of these car brands is Swedish?
Volvo
Bugatti
Volkswagen
170. Switzerland: What is the term used to refer to Switzerland's 26 subdivisions?
Oblast
Prefecture
Canton
171. Syria: united with ___ from 1958-1961 to form the United Arab Republic.
Jordan
Egypt
Iraq
172. Taiwan*: As of 2021, how many countries maintain diplomatic relations?
4
15
42
173. Tajikistan: Dushanbe, the capital, is named after what day of the week?
Monday
Friday
Sunday
174. Tanzania: Which of the following records is not Tanzanian?
Africa's tallest mountain.
Most biodiverse country in Africa.
World's shortest war
South Africa and the DRC are considered more biodiverse.
175. Thailand: was never colonized.
True
False
176. Togo: What are "takienta", found within the Land of the Batammariba?
Mud tower-houses
Species of antelope
Geological rock structures
Koutammakou, the Land of the Batammariba is Togo's sole UNESCO World Heritage Site.
177. Tonga: Pita Taufatofua gained fame for __ at the 2016 Summer Olympics.
Winning Tonga's first gold medal.
Walking shirtless at the Opening Ceremony.
Competing in numerous sports
He also did it at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics.
178. Trinidad and Tobago: Which of the these dances originated in the country?
Limbo
Hula
Rumba
179. Tunisia: Scenes of what Star Wars planet were filmed in the country?
Jakku
Crait
Tatooine
180. Turkey: Turkish delight candies feature the following ingredients, except...
Chopped Dates
Gel
Cocoa Powder
181. Turkmenistan: has a national holiday devoted to all of the following but...
Melons
President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow
Central Asian shepherd dog
182. Tuvalu: has no ATMs, and credit/debit card payments are not accepted.
True
False
183. Uganda: Which of the following birds is depicted on Uganda's flag?
Grey Crowned Crane
Secretary Bird
Kori Bustard
184. Ukraine: Before president, what was the profession of Volodymyr Zelensky?
Comedian
Journalist
History Teacher
185. United Arab Emirates: Which of the following cannot be found in the UAE?
World's largest mall
World's tallest building
World's largest aquarium
The world's largest aquarium is the Georgia Aquarium, in the United States. Aside from these records, UAE also has the world's fastest roller coaster.
186. United Kingdom: The River Thames is the UK's longest river.
True
False
The River Severn is actually the UK's longest.
187. United States of America: What is the smallest U.S. state by area?
Rhode Island
Vermont
Delaware
188. Uruguay: What Uruguayan footballer has famously bitten opponents?
Luis Suárez
Lionel Messi
Neymar
189. Uzbekistan: Every country Uzbekistan borders ends with "-stan."
True
False
190. Vanuatu: Nagol, a harvest ritual, is similar to what extreme sport?
Parkour
Bungee Jumping
Kitesurfing
Men dive, with only vines attached to their ankles, from a wooden tower up to 30m high.
191. Vatican City: As of 2019, what was the population?
321
825
6,402
Vatican City is the world's smallest country -- both in size and in population.
192. Venezuela: What term refers to the table-top mountains of the southeast?
Butte
Piton
Tepui
193. Vietnam: What is the most common family name in Vietnam?
Đặng
Nguyễn
Ngô
It accounts for roughly 40% of the population.
194. Yemen: Known for its Dragon's Blood Trees, what is Yemen's largest island?
Socotra
Al Fahal
Farasan Island
195. Zambia: Ansell's mole-rats can sense magnetic fields from their...
Eyes
Teeth
Claws
196. Zimbabwe: What's the largest face value of currency Zimbabwe has printed?
50 Billion
1 Trillion
100 Trillion
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Level 65
May 25, 2021
for 122, you probably meant to say Nepal is the only country whose national flag is NOT
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Level 78
May 25, 2021
This, and references to communism were recently removed from North Korea's constitution: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Communism_in_Korea#Launching_of_Juche

Other than that, nice quiz!

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Level 68
May 26, 2021
You're right! Do you know if there's a way to change that without having to republish my quiz or lose the spotlight?
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Level 54
May 25, 2021
Great job!
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Level 68
May 26, 2021
Thank you!
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Level 78
Jun 2, 2021
Question 122 definitely backwards
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Level 73
Jan 17, 2022
Let's kiss until JetPunk quiz makers come up with questions for Colombia that aren't Escobar related.
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Level 86
Feb 24, 2022
Cool quiz.

Might I suggest that there's too much time? I finished with 35 mins left (138 correct).

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Level 74
Feb 24, 2022
Cool. Nominated. To be honest, didn't enjoy some of the numerical questions. Gabon, Australia, Jamaica, Mexico.... they just sound too random.
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Level 44
May 4, 2022
This was a hard but fun quiz! :D
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Level 88
Oct 30, 2022
I would dispute the answer to question 142 about the Republic of Congo - there appears to be no way to accomplish this without employing another mode of transportation, which seems against the spirit of the question. The distance and travel time anecdote also seems to be pulled from a random travel website which includes making random sightseeing stops along the way?
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Level 63
Jan 23, 2023
154! Pretty satisfied with that
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Level 68
Jan 23, 2023
Good job!
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Level 76
May 8, 2023
Borat is a fictitious character who was not invented in Kazakhstan.
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Level 65
May 8, 2023
Yes - I think the quiz setter was trying to account for that in the question with the 'believed to' phrasing, but I don't think it works. Still, really good quiz and greatly enjoyed it.