Do you know how frogs breathe? We do! Test your knowledge in our latest quiz covering topics from plants and stars, to rocks and bytes.


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#1. How do frogs breathe? Do they absorb oxygen through

Frogs have several different ways of getting oxygen. When they are tadpoles, they have another way too – they breathe through their gills!

#2. What is the more common name for a Telopea plant?

Telopea is the name of the genus that includes all five species of waratah.

#3. Which of the following is not a star?

Aqua regia is an extremely corrosive mixture of acids that is so powerful it can dissolve gold.

#4. What kind of rock is coal?

Coal is formed from plant debris collecting and slowly turning into rock over millions of years.

#5. What is the biggest number that can be written in one byte of data?

One byte is eight ones or zeroes. It can store any whole number from 0 to 255.

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