||According to the Bible, what were the names of Adam and Eve’s three sons?
||Cain, Abel, Seth
||What is the smallest country on mainland Africa?
||Used during World War I, what is a Sopwith Camel?
||Drizella Tremaine, Gus, Bruno and Lucifer are all characters in which Disney film?
||German Unity Day is celebrated in Germany during which month of the year?
||October – 3rd
||Delphinus delphis is the scientific name for which creature?
||What is the second largest emirate of the Unites Arab Emirates?
||What was the name the eldest son of British monarch Queen Victoria?
||Albert Edward (Bertie)
||The Liberty Bell (March) by John Philip Sousa is the theme tune to which UK television comedy series starring John Cleese?
||Monty Python’s Flying Circus
||Who wrote the 1831 novel ‘The Hunchback of Notre-Dame?
||The Mariana Trench is the deepest point in which ocean?
||In humans, the medical condition kyphosis affects which part of the body?
||Schwarz is German for which colour?
||Which band released a 1999 album entitled ‘The Man Who’?
||What colour triangle is on the logo of the Bass brewery?
||Which island group in the South Atlantic was once known as the Sebald Islands?
||The Falkland Islands
||Which British comedian plays Brian Potter in the UK television series ‘Phoenix Nights’?
||Earth, Ceramic, Gas and Masonry are all types of what?
||The period in British history from 1795 to 1837 is often referred to as the ‘What…..era’?
||Which big cat has the loadest roar?