Daily Quiz #4164
What animal is native to Russia, the USA (especially Alaska), Canada, the Carpathian region (especially Romania), and Finland, where it is the national animal?
The various series for British television in the 1950s, in 1979 and in a 2005 remake named "Quatermass…" were named after what fictional person or thing?
Which national leader's 3 wives were Aurelia Tizón (married 1929) and Eva Duarte (married 1945) who both died of cancer, and Isabel Martínez (married 1961)?
When was the first FIA Formula E championship held?
What mountain-based military camp in Frederick County, Maryland, is used as a country retreat of the President of the USA and his guests?
Which of these historical figures is most associated with the year 1431?
What is the unconventional use of TLDs in domain names (such as using .tv, .fm and .am to denote television or radio stations) known as?