Our Special Obstacle Course Quiz!

 We have a special obstacle course for you today! This test is made up of three parts: The first will challenge you with true/false questions, followed by the second part of regular multiple-choice questions. The third and final part will put you on a timer as well! Can you beat our trivia obstacle course? Prove it!
 
 
NASA means "National Astronautics and Space Activity"
NASA means The National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
False
True
 
 
Napoleon was a man of average height.
He was 168 cm tall, which was even a bit taller than average for the time and country.
True
False
 
 
The study of weather is called meteorology
True
False
 
 
Buenos Gayas is the capital of Argentina
It's called Buenos Aires
True
False
Asher1984
 
 
Babies are born without ear bones
The only bones babies are born without are knee caps.
False
True
 
 
You've finished the first part of the obstacle course, now on to full multi-choice questions!
Let's Go
 
 
Which of these is NOT a known Greek philosopher
Augustinus was a Christian philosopher and theologist born in North Africa in the days of the Roman Empire
Augustinus
Socrates
Plato
Thales
 
 
What was the nickname the allied forces gave German submarines during WWII?
U-boat
Zig-boat
Orca
Skates
 
 
About how many taste buds does the average human tongue have?
10,000
1,000,000
1000
10 billion
 
 
Which country is Aesop’s Fables believed to have originated in?
Persia
Greece
Italy
Egypt
A.Savin
 
 
What is the literal translation of the name for Addis Ababa
New Flower
Beautiful Mountain
Peace
By the Shore
 
 
Congrats! You're reached the third and final part of the quiz, where we give you 30 seconds to answer each question! Ready?
Let's Go
 
 
What is the answer?
625
125
750
550
 
 
What is the name of the British foreign intelligence agency?
MI6
MI5
SAS
Seal Force Six
 
 
Nelson Mandela, the famous political icon, was born in which African country?
South Africa
Niger
Kenya
Uganda
 
 
How many eyes does a bee have?
A bee has two large compound eyes and three smaller ocelli eyes in the center of its head.
8
7
12
5
 
 
Which of the following countries has the most colors on its flag?
The rest of the flags only have 3 colors each
India
Italy
UK
Russia
 
Oops, don't give up!
You made a wrong choice on the way but your journey isn't done! You can return to the last test part you reached and try your luck again. Don't give up now, you're getting there!
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YES! You've Beaten Our Obstacle Course
CONGRATULATIONS! You made it to the end of the obstacle course. How was it? Good for you for answering all our questions and reaching the end - you aced the quiz!
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