Random Fact of the Day

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Can you name the answers to these 100 random questions in only 10 minutes?

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Nickname for the American 1920's?
Common name for H20?
Number of hours in two days?
Famous poet and playwright that wrote Hamlet?
Stone placed to mark a gravesite?
Southern-most country in Africa?
Soft drink named by the original amount of ounces it was sold by and the direction the bubbles in it went?
Food-preserving kitchen appliance?
Mammal that flies and hunts using echolocation?
Frozen water?
Earth's supercontinent before it divided?
Mythological creature with one eye?
United States president after George H.W. Bush?
Largest brass instrument?
J.K. Rowling wizard hero?
Drug in common pain-relievers?
Sport with sixteen balls and six pockets?
Story with Frodo Baggins and the one ring?
Hard pastry generally cooked in the shape of a person?
Desserts spelled backwards?
Uncarved jack-o-lantern?
Tropical hairy brown-shelled fruit?
Thin, soft metal that comes in foil variety?
The most shoplifted book in the world?
Group of geese in the air?
Spider with an hourglass-shaped design on it's belly?
Mythological horse creature with a horn?
Wax and string object that holds light?
Most populated country on Earth?
Holiday celebrated with pine trees and mistletoe?
Religion that follows the ideas of Buddha?
Closest planet to the sun?
Third last letter of the english alphabet?
Crustacean with pincers that walks sideways?
Adjectives for verbs?
Name for a group of crows?
Natural land disaster with intense winds?
Mario and Luigi's video game company?
Country originally named Gaul?
Sand that sits on an underground water source?
Man on the front of the $10 bill?
Sport in which players play with a single pigskin ball?
Inca city on a mountain ridge above Urubamba Valley in Peru?
Counting up from zero, the first number to include an 'A' in it's name?
Statue that wears a size 879 sandal?
Color seen when an object refracts all other colors?
First person to set foot on the moon?
Bird that naturally lives in Antarctica?
The bold number on all Heinz ketchup bottles?
Pie made with marinara sauce and cheese?
First letter of the greek alphabet?
Tallest mountain on the Earth?
President on the two-dollar bill?
Largest ocean on the Earth?
Arcade game with flippers, bumpers, and balls?
Spring-like toy invented in 1945?
Exploration group led by Lewis and Clark?
Group of geese on the ground?
Soft drink originally named for it's cocaine content?
Website you are on?
Most abundant gas in the Earth's atmosphere?
Organ that pumps blood throughout the body?
Bright red corundum gemstone?
The United State's first major war after gaining independence?
Smallest (in size) coin currently in circulation in the United States?
Long, curved instrument made popular through jazz?
Household object with a face, hands, and numbers?
Color opposite of blue on the color wheel?
The first Time magazine Man of the Year?
Black card suite besides spade?
Movie series with R2-D2 and Darth Vader?
Day of the year that the second, third, and fifth presidents of the United States all died on?
Board game including jail, a thimble, and St. Charles Place?
Person who discovered electricity through a key and a kite?
Only ingredient in a Hershey's bar?
Part of the body butterflies use to taste with?
Smallest state in the United States (area)?
Flavor of original yellow Starburst?
Name for a group of common fish?
Country that houses the great outback?
Most common first name in the world?
Largest living mammal on the Earth?
Food ingredient in TNT?
First element on the periodic table of elements?
Band with Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr?
Earth's natural satellite?
The color of carrots before they evolved to be orange?
Common fiber obtained from sheep?
Largest planet in this solar system?
German philosopher who originally promoted the ideals of socialism?
Animal with long neck in Africa?
Sport with bat, ball, and diamond shaped in-field?
Region of space from which nothing can escape?
Yellow hot dog condiment?
Maintains body shape and structure within an animal?
Snakelike creature that lives in water and has babies called elvers?

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