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Questions & Answers on General Knowledge.
Are fangs important to snakes?
Venomous snakes inject poison into their victims through their fangs. All venomous snakes have a venom sac that is connected to their fangs. When they strike the prey, the venom sac is squeezed to release the venom, which then travels through a hollow passage in the fangs into the victim.
Why do we call the first weeks of marriage a “honeymoon”?
Why are there various types of film (speed, purposes, etc.)?
Who were the first people to settle in the United States?
Why when we have no choice at all do we say it’s a “Hobson’s choice”?
What everyday household chemicals (cleaners, paints, detergents, etc.) contain large enough amounts of phosphor to glow under black light?
Why is it considered bad luck to walk under a ladder?
Where did the English alphabet come from?
Why don't microwaves get stuck in the food we put in the microwave oven?
How does a magnetic train work? How can I make an experiment with it for a school project?
Why do we say,“When in Rome, do as the Romans do”?
Why, if someone isn’t up to the job, do we say he isn’t “worth his salt”?
Why do some trees shed their leaves?
What do the spots on the wings of butterflies and moths do?
Which snowstorm was the worst in U.S. history?
What are insulae?
How would you construct and wire a battery recharger using solar panels as a voltage source?
What are caves?
What features of the fuel rods used in reactors prevent them from becoming explosive?
Why are newborn emerald tree boas red or orange in colour, while the adults are green?
Why do whales have holes on their heads?
Did ancient Greeks know about democracy?
Which is the most active volcano?
Why is a concise promotion called a “blurb”?
Is magnetic flux another name for magnetic field?
How do glaciers flow downhill?
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