||The Mount in Shrewsbury, Shropshire was the birthplace of which 19th Century naturalist?
||What is the US state capital of Missouri?
|| ‘The Beehive’ is the common name of the Executive Wing of the parliamentary building in which country?
||Which modern-day country was known as the Khmer Republic between 1970 and 1975?
||The wine Retsina is native to which European country?
||Who became British Prime Minister in June 2007?
||The Naga Viper is what type of foodstuff?
||Who hosted the ‘$64,000 Question’ on British television?
||Eid al-Fitr is a Muslim holiday which marks the end of what?
||In the novel ‘The Lord of the Rings’, who is the King of Rohan?
||Rodney Pattison won Olympic gold medals for Britain in 1968 and 1972 in which sport?
||Which historic figure was reputed to have said ‘The die is cast’ as they stood at the edge of the Rubicon River?
||Uncas is a principle character in which 1826 novel by James Fenimore Cooper?
||The Last of the Mohicans: A Narrative of 1757
||Gephyrophobia is the abnormal fear of which type of structures?
||A sheepshead is what type of creature?
||SD is the abbreviation for which US state?
||In Greek mythology, who was the King of Corinth, condemned to eternal punishment for deceitfulness to push a heavy rock up a steep hill which would always roll down again?
||What is the capital of Belarus?
||The tune to which pop song is used in the UK television advert ‘Confused.com’?
||What does the Latin phrase ‘Ubi fumis ibi ignis’ translate to in English?
||Where there’s smoke, there’s fire