Daily Quiz #3725
What reptile, of which there are two living species, the American and the Chinese, got its name from the Spanish for lizard?
What range of mountains separates Europe from Asia and runs from the Arctic to the Caspian Seas?
Which Scotsman was given a ship by Americans to harass English shipping near Great Britain, and later became an admiral in the Russian Navy of Catherine The Great?
Which sport, originated by native Americans and introduced to England in 1867, is played with a stick with a net on one end by 12 players per side on a field around 100 to 150 yards long?
Celebrated 20th century Chinese poet, essayist, short story writer and playwright Lin Huiying, sometimes known as Phyllis Lin, was prominent in which other field in the arts?
Which of these cheeses is made from whey?
Boadicea, Queen of the Iceni, is famous for leading resistance to the invasion of Britain by whom?