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2466 Blue Science A buffalo is which of these? Herbivore
2467 Blue Science A cat's tongue has which of these features? It is rough
2468 Blue Science A circuit with more than one path is known as a what circuit? Parallel
2469 Blue Science A flow of electrical charge is known as a what? Current
2470 Blue Science A mushroom is a what? Fungus
2471 Blue Science A person who studies biology is known as awhat? Biologist
2472 Blue Science A place that offers free WiFi access is known as a what? Hotspot
2473 Blue Science A shark is a what? Fish
2474 Blue Science A space rock that enters the Earth's atmosphere is known as a what? Meteor
2475 Blue Science A USB Flash Drive is used to store what? Digital information
2476 Blue Science All substances are made up of what? Atoms
2477 Blue Science Astronauts in space can only drink liquids that are what? Packaged
2478 Blue Science Au is the chemical symbol for what? Gold
2479 Blue Science Bill Gates founded which company in Albuguerque New Mexico in 19757 Microsoft
2480 Blue Science Butterflies are a type of what? Insect
2481 Blue Science Dairy products are generally made from what common liquid? Milk
2482 Blue Science Dogs' unique relationship with humans mean they are referred to as man's best what? Friend
2483 Blue Science Electric current is calculated by charge divided by what? Time
2484 Blue Science Elephants large ears help them to what? Keep cool
2485 Blue Science Felis cattus is the scientific name for which animal? Cat
2486 Blue Science From which word does the abbreviation of the top-level domain extension '.com' come? Commercial
2487 Blue Science Gunpei Yokoi invented which hand held gaming device? Gameboy
2488 Blue Science How are domesticated felines more commonly known? cat
2489 Blue Science How are hormones transported around the body? Blood Stream
2490 Blue Science How many centimetres are there in a metre? 100
2491 Blue Science How many volts of electricity is in a bolt of lightning? Millions
2492 Blue Science How many Watts are in a Kilowatt? 1000
2493 Blue Science HP and IBM are brands of which product? Computers
2494 Blue Science In 1986 which Soviet town was the location of a nuclear explosion? Pripyat
2495 Blue Science In the phrase MRS GREN what does the M stand for? Movement
2496 Blue Science Most dinosaurs were what? Herbivores
2497 Blue Science Movement of water from high concentration to low is known as what? Diffusion
2498 Blue Science Owls can't see anything within a few inches of their eyes because they are what? Far-sighted
2499 Blue Science Pelicans have long what? Beaks
2500 Blue Science Pure water has a pH level of around what? 7
2501 Blue Science The leaf from which plant is on the Canadian flag? Maple
2502 Blue Science The solid state of water is known as what? Ice
2503 Blue Science The study of forests and woods is called what? Forestry
2504 Blue Science Toucans are famous for being what? Colourful
2505 Blue Science Trees are what? Plants
2506 Blue Science Trees that shed their leaves every year are called what? Deciduous
2507 Blue Science What animal is this? <Picture of a Buffalo> Buffalo
2508 Blue Science What animal is this? <Picture of a Fox> Fox
2509 Blue Science What animal is this? <Picture of a Walrus> Walrus
2510 Blue Science What did carnivorous dinosaurs not eat? Humans
2511 Blue Science What did herbivorous dinosaurs not eat? Cereal
2512 Blue Science What do all animals including dinosaurs and humans need for energy and growth Food
2513 Blue Science What do chromosomes carry? Genes
2514 Blue Science What is the back of the neck called? Nape
2515 Blue Science What is the common name of the orca? Killer Whale
2516 Blue Science What is the correct name for modern man? Homo sapiens
2517 Blue Science What is the daily recommended calorie intake for an adult male? 2000
2518 Blue Science What is the name for an animal who only eats meat? Carnivore
2519 Blue Science What is the name of the long appendage that hangs from an elephants face? A trunk
2520 Blue Science What is used to look at tiny cells? Microscope
2521 Blue Science What keeps the water in swimming pools clean? Chlorine
2522 Blue Science What probably caused the dinosaurs to go extinct? A Meteorite
2523 Blue Science What sort of organisms can be genetically engineered? Plants and animals
2524 Blue Science What type of energy is needed for photosynthesis to happen? Light
2525 Blue Science What would be the best equipment for sampling plants in a big area? Quadrat
2526 Blue Science When a gas changes into a liquid it is called what? Condensation
2527 Blue Science When solids reach their melting points they become what? Liquids
2528 Blue Science When was the element bohrium discovered? 1981
2529 Blue Science Which of these animals hibernates? Bears
2530 Blue Science Which of these does not lay eggs? Deer
2531 Blue Science Which of these is a well known cave-dweller? Bat
2532 Blue Science Which of these is not a root we eat? Chestnut

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4774 Green Science A 'buckyball' is an allotrope of which element? Carbon
4775 Green Science A Kingfisher is a type of what? Bird
4776 Green Science A method of making lead-free what was discovered by Eugene Houdry in 1970? Petrol
4777 Green Science A molecule that can act as an acid or a base is described as what? Amphoteric
4778 Green Science A particle whose substructure is unknown is called a what? Elementary particle
4779 Green Science A predator species is most likely to have what? Eyes at the front
4780 Green Science A salamander is what type of animal? Cold blooded
4781 Green Science A stegosaurus had which of these? Eyes
4782 Green Science A unit of length equal to one billionth of a metre is known as a what? Nanometre
4783 Green Science About how many stars are in the Milky Way? 100 billion
4784 Green Science Acceleration is determined by the force acting on it and what else? Mass
4785 Green Science All the members of a single species that live in a habitat is called the what? Population
4786 Green Science An antiparticle has the same mass as the particle but a different what? Charge
4787 Green Science An average male alligator weighs how much? 1,000 pounds
4788 Green Science Animals as a whole are often referred to as the animal what? Kingdom
4789 Green Science Apples are wrapped in paper to preserve them What is this an example of? Neither
4790 Green Science Approximately how many different organic chemical compounds are currently known? 2 million
4791 Green Science Asbestos feldspar and clay are all examples of which type of mineral? Silicate
4792 Green Science Bakelite is an early form of what material? Plastic
4793 Green Science Beyond humans which is most intelligent mammal? Dolphin
4794 Green Science C is the symbol of which chemical element? Carbon
4795 Green Science Carl Sontheimer introduced the Magimix 1800 what into North America in 1973? Food processor
4796 Green Science Cell body axon and dendrite are part of what? Neurons
4797 Green Science Chemicals secreted by glands are known as what? Hormones
4798 Green Science CO2 is the chemical formula for which gas? Carbon dioxide
4799 Green Science Crocodiles have no sweat glands They use which part of their body to release heat? Mouth
4800 Green Science Crystals are made up of what? Lattices
4801 Green Science CuSO4 is the chemical formula for the blue/green crystals of which compound? Copper sulphate
4802 Green Science Electric current is typically measured in what units? Amperes
4803 Green Science Electric power is typically measured in what units? Watts
4804 Green Science Electrical charge is caused by the movement of what? Electrons
4805 Green Science Electricity is often produced using what? Fossil fuels
4806 Green Science Electron configuration was first conceived by which model? Bohr model
4807 Green Science German physicist William Roentgen discovered what in 1895? X-Rays
4808 Green Science Google's new microconsole is called what? Nexus Orbit
4809 Green Science H20 contains how many elements? Two
4810 Green Science HCI is what sort of compound? Acid
4811 Green Science Horseshoes are usually made from what? Metal
4812 Green Science How long can an alligator survive without eating? 2-3 years
4813 Green Science How many carats are there in chemically pure gold? 24
4814 Green Science How many electrons does carbon have in its outer shell? 4
4815 Green Science How many naturally occurring noble gases are in a periodic table? 6
4816 Green Science How many servicing missions have been launched to repair or upgrade Hubble as of 2015? 5
4817 Green Science How many stars are in the milky way galaxy? 100 billion
4818 Green Science How many times hotter than the sun is a lightning bolt? 4
4819 Green Science If a substance is described as anhydrous what does this mean? It does not contain water
4820 Green Science If you press Control and the letter V while using a Windows application what will happen? Paste
4821 Green Science In 1977 the first complete DNA genome sequenced was that of a what? Bacteriophage
4822 Green Science In August 2018, a 228 million year old fossil confirmed turtles lived without what in the past? Shells
4823 Green Science In chemistry what name is given to a positively charged ion? Cation
4824 Green Science In chemistry, protons, neutrons and electrons basically make up which sort of elements? All of them
4825 Green Science In chemistry, regarding solutions, what is the opposite of 'dilute'? Concentrate
4826 Green Science In degrees Celsius at what temperature does the sea start to freeze? -1.9
4827 Green Science In physics the turning effect of a force is called the what? Torque
4828 Green Science In physics, a 'dyne' is a unit of what? Force
4829 Green Science In physics, what property of an object is calculated by its mass times its velocity? Momentum
4830 Green Science In physics, which Greek letter is used to denote wavelength? Lambda
4831 Green Science In what era did dinosaurs live? Mesozoic era
4832 Green Science In which direction does conventional current flow? Positive to negative
4833 Green Science In which habitat does a toucan live? Rainforest
4834 Green Science Insects make up what percentage of the world's animals? 80
4835 Green Science Of these elements, which is the most toxic to humans? Lead
4836 Green Science Oystercatcher birds hunt mussels and are classified as stabbers or what? Hammerers
4837 Green Science Plasticizers are added to PVC to make it more what? Flexible
4838 Green Science Sea lions have what? Flippers
4839 Green Science Steel is a what? Alloy
4840 Green Science The amount of mineral matter per square centimetre of bones is known as what? Bone density
4841 Green Science The bone at the base of your spine is known as the what? Coccyx
4842 Green Science The disadvantage of animals relying on simple reflexes is that they cant what? Respond to new stimuli
4843 Green Science The largest dinosaurs were what? Herbivores
4844 Green Science Triceratops may have travelled in what? Herds
4845 Green Science Typically, a non-metallic element will be which of these things? Highly electronegative
4846 Green Science U is the symbol of which chemical element? Uranium
4847 Green Science Used in baking, which of these chemical elements is NOT found in bicarbonate of soda? Nitrogen
4848 Green Science Water freezes at what temperature in Celsius? 0 degrees
4849 Green Science What animal is this? Hyena
4850 Green Science What are the names of the genetically identical cells produced in mitosis? Daughter cells
4851 Green Science What can happen if the number of individuals of a particular species becomes low? Extinction
4852 Green Science What does oviparous mean? Lays eggs
4853 Green Science What does survival of the fittest mean? Best adapted survive
4854 Green Science What happens to iron oxide in a blast furnace? Reduced
4855 Green Science What holds root, and therefore the plant, to the ground? Gravity
4856 Green Science What is an amount of biological material known as? Biomass
4857 Green Science What is aquaculture? Fish farming
4858 Green Science What is Hg the chemical symbol for? Mercury
4859 Green Science What is the atomic mass of oxygen? 16
4860 Green Science What is the atomic number for magnesium? 12
4861 Green Science What is the common British name for zinc carbonate? Calamine
4862 Green Science What is the main constituent of limestone? Calcium carbonate
4863 Green Science What is the more common name for sodium hydroxide? Caustic Soda
4864 Green Science What is the natural habitat of a gerbil? Desert
4865 Green Science What is the opposite of alkaline? Acid
4866 Green Science What is the pH value of apple juice? 3.35 - 4
4867 Green Science What is the pH value of seawater? 8.1
4868 Green Science What is the pH value of washing soda? 11
4869 Green Science What is the process of removing dead skin cells from the body called? Exofoliation
4870 Green Science What is the second element in the periodic table? Helium
4871 Green Science What is the second most abundant element in the Universe? Helium
4872 Green Science What must an element readily gain or lose in order to be classed as 'reactive'? Electrons
4873 Green Science What name is given to a substance which reacts with an acid to form a salt plus water? Base
4874 Green Science What name is given to any substance which cannot be broken down any further by chemical methods? Element
4875 Green Science What name is given to atoms of the same element that have different atomic weights? Isotopes
4876 Green Science What name is given to horizontal rows of elements in the Period Table? Periods
4877 Green Science What name is given to vertical columns of elements in the Periodic Table? Groups
4878 Green Science What type of fur would a saber-tooth cat most likely have had? Like a cheetah
4879 Green Science What type of substances do we get from substances called ores? Metals
4880 Green Science What was a saber-tooth cat's average weight? 750 pounds
4881 Green Science What was the average length of a saber tooth cat 5 feet 5 inches
4882 Green Science What word describes how living organizms rely on each other to exist? Interdependence
4883 Green Science What would be the best equipment for sampling plants in a big area? Quadrat
4884 Green Science When a gas reaches its condensation point it becomes a what? Liquid
4885 Green Science When do plants photosynthesize? In the light
4886 Green Science When was hassium discovered? 1984
4887 Green Science Which bird has the highest intelligence? Crow
4888 Green Science Which class of animal do humans belong to? Mammals
4889 Green Science Which insect is red with black spots? Ladybug
4890 Green Science Which is the largest muscle in an adult human? Gluteus Maximus
4891 Green Science Which is the world's 2nd largest barrier reef of the coast of South America? Mesoamerican Reef
4892 Green Science Which meat contains the most protien? Chicken
4893 Green Science Which of the following is not a type of stem cell? Fat Cells
4894 Green Science Which of these could a bear be classified as? Omnivore
4895 Green Science Which of these is a type of dolphin? Bottlenose
4896 Green Science Which of these is both a flowering woody plant of the olive family and also a color? Lilac
4897 Green Science Which part of the brain regulates physiological stability in the body? Hypothalamus
4898 Green Science Which year was penicillin invented? 1928
4899 Green Science Who invented the first whole artificial heart in 1969? Domingo Liotta

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5659 Yellow Science At what depth does the Dragonfish live? 2 km
5660 Yellow Science Bowie Seamount is what? Undersea volcano
5661 Yellow Science Capillary action refers to the movement of which substance? Liquids
5662 Yellow Science Except for size, what is one of the distinct features between pigeons and doves? Tail Shape
5663 Yellow Science From which plant do we get linseed oil? Flax
5664 Yellow Science How fast can a Sei Whale swim? 50km
5665 Yellow Science How high can a dolphin jump out of the water? 25ft
5666 Yellow Science How long can a sea snake live? 10 years
5667 Yellow Science If a substance has a pH of 6, what is it? slightly acidic
5668 Yellow Science In relation to body size which bird lays the largest egg? Kiwi
5669 Yellow Science In which sort of habitat are you most likely to see a great crested grebe? Lake
5670 Yellow Science Jupiter's orbit around the sun? 11.8 years
5671 Yellow Science Lobate scarps are a feature of which planet? Mercury
5672 Yellow Science More distant galaxies are moving how? Quickest
5673 Yellow Science Olympus Mons is a large volcanic mountain on which planet? Mars
5674 Yellow Science One of the main problems with viruses is that they do what to host cells? Feed on them
5675 Yellow Science Plant sap is contained in what part of the cell? Vacuole
5676 Yellow Science The control centre of a cell is said to be the what? Nucleus
5677 Yellow Science The highest ocean tides in the world occur off the coast of where? Canada
5678 Yellow Science The movement of pollen from the anthers to the stigma of a flower is known as what? Pollination
5679 Yellow Science The part of a plant stem between nodes is called? Internode
5680 Yellow Science Titan is the moon of what planet? Saturn
5681 Yellow Science What bird boasts the biggest eyes of any land animal? Ostrich
5682 Yellow Science What do pigeons usually eat? Grains, Fruits and Berries
5683 Yellow Science What is the smallest penguin? Little Blue Penguin

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5793 Red Science An object at rest stays at rest unless acted upon by an outside force is Newtons First Law of Motion
5794 Red Science ESA shuttles have found over 1000 volcanoes on which planet since 2006? Venus
5795 Red Science For every action there is an equal? Newtons third law of motion
5796 Red Science What are the most abundant gases in the atmosphere? Nitrogen & Oxygen
5797 Red Science What would be the weight on earth of earth's largest artificial satellite? 480 tons
5798 Red Science Which chemical process converts glucose to pyruvic acid? Glycolysis
5799 Red Science Which is not a subatomic particle? Protein
5800 Red Science Which of these is not a phase of mitosis? Semi-phase
5801 Red Science Which planet is a gas giant? Jupiter

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