Daily Quiz #2430
Which supertanker carrying 120,000 tons of crude oil was shipwrecked off the western coast of Cornwall, England in March 1967, resulting in Blackburn Buccaneer planes dropping forty-two 1,000lb bombs on it?
Which is the preposition in the tongue twister "She sells sea shells by the sea shore"?
Which of these capitals is the most northern?
Who wrote "The Commitments", "The Snapper" and "The Van"?
Which New Zealand-born and New York-based artist, known for his kinetic sculpture produced between 1950 and 1980, also made films, applying dyes, stencils, air-brushes and other objects directly to celluloid?
Which of these sports uses a round ball?
A waterbear or moss piglet, otherwise known as a tardigrade, is a minute extremophile organism. Which of these can it survive?