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General Knowledge Quiz for 26 December 2019

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In June 2009, Canada announced plans to extend which national park from 4,800 square kilometres to 30,000 square kilometres to help protect the habitat of grizzly bear, caribou and other species?

A
Nahanni National Park Reserve
B
Buffalo National Park
C
Torngat Mountains National Park Reserve
D
Fundy National Park
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2

What does the title of the romantic musical '52Hz, I Love You' refer to?

A
A DJ
B
A whale
C
A bat
D
A tattoo artist
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3

Who was the fourth (and the first female) Prime Minister of the State of Israel, who was described as the "Iron Lady" (before Margaret Thatcher), "the best man in the government" and the "strong-willed, straight-talking, grey-bunned grandmother of the Jewish people"?

A
Golda Meir
B
Ada Deer
C
Indira Gandhi
D
LaRue Parker
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4

An original copy of which book was sold at auction at Sotheby‚Äôs auction room in London in December 2010 for £7.3 million, a record price for the sale of a book?

A
"Birds of America" by John James Audubon
B
"Martin Chuzzlewit" by Charles Dickens
C
"Goldfinger" by Ian Fleming
D
The King James Bible
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5

Among several athletes who have run barefoot in the history of Olympic Games, who ran barefoot in the 1986 Summer Olympics?

A
Herb Elliott
B
Mary Decker
C
Zola Budd
D
Abebe Bikla
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6

What are ratites?

A
Very small rodents
B
A kind of bird
C
Grating projections on a sea snail's radula
D
Plants which have multiple bulbs
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7

Which festival in honour of a Roman god was forbidden in Rome in 186 BC?

A
Woodstock
B
Donnybrooke
C
Glastonbury
D
Bacchanalia
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