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"365 AMAZING TRIVIA FACTS FOR 2005"

Source: Page-A-Day / Workman Publishing

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THIS WEEK'S QUESTIONS

1. What is the fastest flying insect?

2. Which four state capitals are named for U.S. presidents?

3. In what track-and-field event did Michael Landon--who played "Little Joe" Cartwright on the long-running TV series Bonanza--set the national record for high school students?

4. When it comes to insect anatomy, what are spiracles?

5. What newly introduced food spread did the U.S. Army buy up in its entirety in 1918 for troops fighting overseas?

 

 

THIS WEEK'S ANSWERS

1. The Australian dragonfly, which has been known to go as fast as 36 miles an hour.

2. Jackson, Mississippi; Jefferson City, Missouri; Lincoln, Nebraska and Madison, Wisconsin.

3. The javelin throw. His 1954 record-setting throw was 193 feet 4 inches. At an AAU meet later that year, he hit 211 feet 7 inches.

4. They're air holes--small openings on an insect's side through which air enters its respiratory system.

5. Welch's grape jam, which was then known as Grapelade.

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