Daily Quiz #2901
At the time of her construction in 2003, what was the longest, widest, tallest, largest passenger ship ever built?
James, son of Mary Queen of Scots (who was executed for treason during the reign of Elizabeth I) was the first to use which title?
What song by Kings of Leon gave them their first number 1 single in the UK, charting at the top-spot on digital downloads alone, before its physical release?
The Irishmen William Burke and William Hare were famous for doing what in the early 19th century?
By 2016 36% of Belize's land territory and 13% of Belize's marine territory falls under some form of official protected status; what, and when, was Belize's first gazetted sanctuary for wildlife protection?
What word is applied to someone who is equally capable with both hands?
Most elite high jumpers used the Straddle technique, Western Roll, Eastern cut-off or Scissors-Jump until the development of which technique, when its inventor's gold medal in the 1968 Summer Olympics brought it to the world's attention?