We’re diving in and exploring bodies of water to celestial bodies, animal bodies to human bodies. Are you a busybody with the knowledge to get 5/5 in our latest quiz?

#1. Which of the following is the deepest place on Earth?

The Mariana Trench in the Pacific Ocean is 11,034 metres deep!

#2. The Sun’s north and south poles flip each solar cycle. Typically, how many years is a full solar cycle?

The solar cycle lasts roughly 11 years. During the cycle, the Sun’s magnetic field flips and the north and south poles on the Sun switch places.

#3. Which of the following animals has blue blood?

Crabs have copper pigment in their blood, which turns blue when exposed to air!

#4. Where can you find the smallest bone in our body?

The smallest bone in the human body is called the stapes, located inside the ear.

#5. The Apollo astronauts said that the Moon has an odd smell. Which smell is it?

According to Apollo astronauts, the Moon smells like burnt gunpowder.

Was I right?


Congratulations! You are a real science whiz!

Oh dear! better brush up before the next quiz!

One response

  1. Erik Wong Avatar
    Erik Wong

    This was such a fun quiz, I didn’t expect that the moon would have such an odd smell!

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