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Science Bowl General Science Set 1
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What weather phenomenon causes more deaths in the U.S. annually than any other except lightning?
What is given to wood whose normal cells have been replaced with mineral deposits?
pollination by birds is called
Unlike rodents, the rabbit has how many incisor teeth?
What percent of fire-related deaths are due to smoke inhalation rather than burns?
To what familiar fruit is the plantain similar?
What U.S. President was recognized as a world authority on American game animals?
How many men have walked on the moon?
The fastest-running terrestrial animal is:
In what country do the greatest number of tornadoes occur?
United States (Central and Southeastern portions)
What wonder drug was used for three years by the Army and Navy before becoming available to the general public in 1944?
Which sea is the saltiest natural lake and is also at the lowest elevation on the face of the earth?
The Dead Sea
The scarab, worshipped by the Egyptians, is what type of beetle?
As you go down into a well, your weight...
W cloud at ground level is called what?
What invention in about 1450 A.D. revolutionized communication and the world?
What is the name for the new technology whereby a glass fiber carries as much information as hundreds of copper wires?
What mammal lays eggs?
Linseed oil comes from what plant?
Bees must collect nectar from approximately how many flowers to make 1 pound of honeycomb?
What is the name of the largest North American terrestrial rodent, distinguished by its spiny covering?
Albacore is a type of..
The only species of cat that lives and hunts in groups is
Linen is made from what plant?
What is arachnology?
STUDY OF ARACHNIDS (accept: study of spiders or scorpions or relatives of spiders)
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