200 Random Trivia Facts for Knowledge Seeker

  • April 10, 2021
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Random Trivia Facts

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1. Which is the Longest Botanic Garden of World

Royal Botanic Garden, Kew, England

2. Who is the father of Accounting?

Luca Pacioli

3. What is an informal term for single-celled eukaryotes?


4. What color can women see better than men?


5. The currency of Thailand is called


6. who wrote the national anthem of the USA?

Francis Scott Key

7. Who is the Roman god of luck


8. What is the Longest Big Ship Canal in the World?

Suez Canal (Egypt) 160 km

9. What is the capital of Ghana?


10. Which is the oldest university in the world?

University of Karueein

11. What is the height of the Niagara Falls

51 meters

12. Victoria Falls is situated in


13. What is the standard photographic film format for analog single-lens reflex (SLR) still cameras and motion picture cameras?

35mm film/35-millimeter film

14. Which color is often used for anger management?


15. Which is the Largest City in Area (World)?


16. Thirty of the world’s highest mountains are in

The Himalayas

17. Who wrote the first known report of a hurricane?

Christopher Columbus (1494)

18. What is the most common favorite color?


19. Who is the ROman God of sleep?


20. What is the longest canal in the world?

Hangzhou Grand Canal (China)

21. What is Chromophobia, or chromatophobia?

Phobia of color

22. The word “hurricane” comes from

Huracan (a name for the god of evil)

23. What is the largest cave temple in the world?

Kailasa temple [with its 16 Caves is the largest of the 34 Buddhist, Jain and Hindu cave temples and monasteries are known collectively as the Ellora Caves, ranging for over 2 kilometers (1.5 miles) along the sloping basalt cliff at the site.]

24. The deadliest hurricane on record which killed between 150,000-300,000 people is the

Bhola Cyclone in Bangladesh (1970)

25. Where is the largest Archipelago (series of islands) available?


26. What is the Tallest Animal?


27. When did the Himalayas mountain range begin forming as the earth’s crust crashed against each other?

55 million years ago

28. How much weight the Femur, the largest bone in the human body can support?

30 times the weight of a person’s body

29. The world’s largest rainforest is

Amazon rainforest

30. Where is the maximum number of chromosomes, found in any plant?

Ophioglossum reticulatum (2n = 1262)

31. What are the types of deserts?

subtropical, coastal, cold winter and polar

32. What are estimated to make up over 20% of the vegetation cover on Earth?


33. What is the Fastest Animal in the long run?

The Peregrine Falcon

34. What is the Fastest Animal in the short run?


35. Who is the father of bookkeeping?

Luca Pacioli

36. Tallest bank building in the world

Bank of Montreal, 72, Storeys, 284.98 m high (Toronto, Canada)

37. What is the capital of Romania?


38. In an adult human, 25% of their bones are in the


39. “When it freezes during the winter, an amazing phenomenon takes place: large shards of transparent ice form on the surface of it, giving the amazing appearance of turquoise ice” – what is this place?

Lake Baikal

40. What is the name of the new virus, similar to Severe Acute Respiratory Virus (SARS) and the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus Virus (SARS)?

Corona virus (COVID-19)

41. As per the advertisers, which two colors can make you hungry?

Yellow and Red together

42. What is the Largest existing Land animal?


43. What is the highest/ tallest road bridge in the world?

Millau Viaduct (France, 1125 feet)

44. Which lake lies on the border between the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Rwanda?

Lake Kivu

45. Which gas name comes from the Greek word helios which means sun.


46. Who is the father of marketing?

Philip Kotler

47. According to one study, what are the most nutritious fruits in the world?


48. Which bone in the human body is stronger than steel?


49. Who is the Roman sun god

Sol Invictus

50. Olkhon is the second-largest island in the world, situated in

Lake Baikal

51. Apples, peaches, and raspberries are all members of the

Rose family

52. Messages from the human brain travel along nerves at

Up to 200 miles an hour (322 km/h)

53. Which is the Most Intelligent Animal?


54. What is the largest river port in the world?

Port of Shanghai

55. One pomegranate can hold

More than 1000 seeds

56. Which vegetables are regarded as the world’s most popular fruit and have more genes than humans.


57. Half a cup of figs has the same amount of calcium as half a cup of milk. True/ False


58. What is the strongest wood used to keep mummies?

Taxodium mucronatum (a gymnosperm)

59. How many types of grass species are available in the world?

10,000 types

60. The color wheel was invented by

Isaac Newton

61. What is the largest valley in the world?

Rift valley

62. What is the Most Cunning Animal?


63. Around 80% of human talk in groups, is complaining. True/ False?


64. Dried fruits have more calories than

Fresh fruits

65. As per psychology, You can’t multi-task. True/ false?


66. What is the Largest Sea Animal?

Blue Whale

67. Who is the father of advertising?

David MacKenzie Ogilvy

68. What are the best ways to reduce air pollution?

Walking and riding a bicycle

69. What is the largest muscle in the human body?

The gluteus maximus

70. Where is the maximum number of chromosomes, found in any animal?

Aulacantha Radiolarians (2n = 1600)

71. Tundra is a form of


72. In India how much annual death air pollution is estimated to cause

527, 700 deaths

73. Apples stay afloat in water because

Apples are 25% air

74. Who is the father of software?

Watts S. Humphrey

75. What is ‘silver salts’?

A coating of light-sensitive minerals used in the film

76. How many plant species are there on the earth, and only about 350,000 of those have names?

Over 1 million

77. What is the first color a baby sees?


78. Who is the Roman God of loyalty, honesty, and oaths


79. With a surface area of 68,800 square kilometers (26,600 square miles), which is Africa’s largest lake by area and the largest tropical lake in the world?

Lake Victoria

80. What is Phantom Vibration Syndrome?

The feeling that one’s phone is vibrating when it’s not!

81. The study of fruits is called


82. Who is the father of computer hardware?

Charles Babbage

83. A banana is not a fruit, it is

A herb

84. There are more than 300 million photos uploaded to Facebook every day, 800 million likes per day, and 175 million love reactions per day. True/ False?


85. What fruits tend to keep your eyes healthy?

Orange -colored

86. How many lung diseases are due to air pollution?

About 80%

87. Which organs in the human body never stop growing?

A human’s ears and nose

88. Who is the father of finance?

Eugene Fama

89. Where is the Largest inflorescence found?

Amorphophallus titanum (5.5 m) may be up to 12 m in Agave

90. The water of which lake is the most transparent of all freshwater lakes

Lake Baikal

91. What is the only fruit with seeds on the outside?


92. What fruits keep your heart strong?

Red-colored fruit

93. There are more bacteria in a human mouth than there are people in the world. True/ False?


94. Who is the father of investment?

Benjamin Graham

95. What is the largest land port in the world?

Port of Shanghai

96. Serengeti plain makes the major savannah in which continent?


97. How much air the average adult breathes every day according to the Environmental Protection Agency?

Over 3,000 gallons of air

98. What fruits prevent you from getting sick?

Yellow-colored fruit

99. Who is the father of currency?


100. How many tweets are sent per day?

500 million

101. The most remaining of the Great Wall of China we see today was built during

The Ming Dynasty (about 600 years ago)

102. Who is the father of security?

Benjamin Graham

103. Facebook has more than 2 billion active users who have an average of 155 friends. True/ False?


104. Using an air purifier indoor can help remove indoor air pollutants up to


105. What is the longest lake in the world?

Lake Tanganyika (Africa)

106. People are more likely to forget something when it’s in color

Black and white

107. Who is the father of History?


108. In America, what percentage of lakes, estuaries, and rivers that the EPA tested are unsuitable for swimming or fishing?

Nearly 40 percent

109. Which fruits help in making your bones and teeth strong?

Green-colored fruits

110. How many tweets are sent per minute?

340,000 tweets

111. Who is the Roman Goddess of Grain and Queen of the Dead?


112. What is the largest seaport in the world?

Port of Shanghai

113. Every minute how much video is uploaded to YouTube?

24 hours of video

114. According to a recent study, how many of death is associated with air pollution?

1 out of 8 deaths

115. Chlorophyll is a bright pigment that absorbs blue and red light but reflects


116. Who is the father of geography?


117. What is the busiest airport in the world?

Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (USA)

118. ‘Hellas Planitia’ in the Mars and ‘Sedna Planitia’ are actually


119. What is the deepest lake in the world,

Lake Baikal [1,620 meters (5,314 feet)]

120. Which fruits help enhance memory?

Purple and blue fruits

121. What is the name of the Director of the movie The Godfather?

Francis Ford Coppola

122. Who is the father of geology?

James Hutton

123. What is the largest airport in the world?

Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (USA)

124. Stone age timeline is

– 3.000 BC

125. The Poppy Flower is the symbol of

• Restful sleep and recovery
• Consolation for a loss or death in the family
• Remembering the fallen of various wars and armed conflicts
• A lively imagination
• Peace in death
• Messages delivered in dreams
• Resurrection and eternal life
• Beauty and success
• Extravagance and luxury

126. In 1952, which disaster killed around 8,000 people?

The Great Smog of London

127. What are the most loved and the No 1 fruit in the world?


128. How many people now breathe polluted air, which kills 7 million people every year?

Nine out of ten people

129. What tree has the tallest Gymnosperm?

Sequoiadendron sempervirens ( = Sequoia gigantea) Douglosfir or Californian redwood tree

130. Neolithic period was actually the

Stone Age

131. How many searches are there now per day on Google?

Over 3.5 billion

132. According to the Horticulturists, what was the first fruit on earth?


133. What percent of the American population is exposed to unhealthy air?

Forty percent

134. Who is the father of Geomorphology?

William Morris Davis

135. What is called the Singing Bird?


136. What is the longest railway bridge in world having a span of 102.4 miles (165 kilometers)?

Danyang–Kunshan Grand Bridge (China)

137. In the average human lifespan the heartbeats

More than 3 billion times

138. How many new websites are created every minute?

More than 570

139. What percentage of people use the internet today?

40% of the world’s population (Over 3.8 billion)

140. Who is the father of archaeology?

William Flinders Petrie

141. What is the longest feat of human engineering?

The Great Wall of China [21,196.18 km (13,170.70 miles)]

142. How many kinds of apples are grown all around the globe?

7000 kinds

143. Which body organ in the has the fastest Extraocular muscles?


144. “Elysium”, is a concept of the Heroic Age-related to


145. Who is the Roman God of Keys?


146. Whose face was actually the Michael Myers’ mask in movie Halloween?

William Shatner

147. What is the capital of Mongolia?


148. In 2008, which musician donated 100% of his tour profits to charity?

Jack Johnson

149. What kills over 1 million seabirds annually?

Air Pollution

150. Who is the father of paleontology?

Georges Cuvier

151. What is the A lacustrine plain?

Plain created from the bottom of a lake

152. What is the world’s largest freshwater lake in terms of volume?

Lake Baikal [about 640 km (397 miles) long, and 80 km (50 miles) wide]

153. The boiling point of which element is the lowest among all?


154. What is nerpa?

One of the world’s only freshwater species of seal.

155. Who is the father of sociology?

Auguste Comte

156. What is the Smallest Bird?

Humming Bird

157. Grasses have evolved to grow at their base instead of their tips in order to protect themselves, unlike most plants. True/ False


158. The timeline of the Heroic Age is

1460 to 1103 BC

159. Who is the father of Psychology?

Wilhelm Wundt

160. What are the only animals with chins?


161. What is the largest lake in the United States by area?

Lake Superior (82,103 km2)

162. Which plant has the Largest (Tallest) angiosperm?

Eucalyptus regnans (114 m)

163. Poppy is the common name for any of the plants comprising the Papaver genus in the flowering plant family Papaveraceae. True/ False?


164. Which plains are created by rivers that deposit materials which yield soil?

Alluvial plains

165. What is the scientific name of the human?

Homo Sapiens

166. Who is the father of Psychology?

Wilhelm Wundt

167. What is the Fastest Bird?


168. The Film used in the movie was made of cellulose nitrate, but the modern-day film is made from either

Cellulose acetate or polyester

169. Who was Ovid?

A Roman poet

170. Who is the father of pedagogy?


171. What is considered as the oldest mythology in the world?

The Epic of Gilgamesh

172. Where is the world’s longest natural beach?

Cox’s Bazar Beach (Bangladesh)

173. Which teeth serve no purpose?

Wisdom teeth

174. Who is the Roman Goddess of fruit trees?


175. What is the Largest Sea-bird?


176. A yawn may help regulate

Body temperature

177. What is one of the most ticklish parts of the body?

The foot

178. What is the capital of Madagascar?


179. study of birds is called


180. Toy Story’s Woody was originally a

ventriloquist dummy

181. What plant has the Longest leaf?

Raphia vinifera (10—15 m)

182. How much all human beings are identical on a genetic level?

More than 99 percent

183. Blushing is caused by a rush of


184. What is the Capital of Bangladesh


185. What is our body would encircle the Earth four times if they were laid end to end?

Blood vessels

186. Who is the father of Andragogy?

Malcolm Shepherd Knowles

187. What is the largest bird in the world?


188. digital video projectors (DLP) is associated with

Theatre and film

189. The satisfying sound of cracking your knuckles comes from

Gas bubbles bursting in your joints

190. Which is the human body have their own pulse


191. Which is made up of eight interwoven muscles, similar in structure to an elephant’s trunk or an octopus’s tentacle?

Human Tongue

192. What is the currency of Spain


193. Who is the Roman Goddess of duty?


194. As we breathe, most of the air is going in and out of one nostril. Every few hours, the workload shifts to the other nostril. True/ False


195. What is the Largest Bell in the World?

Greatest Bell of Moscow (Russia)

196. How many types of smells the human nose can detect

1 trillion smells

197. Which was the first feature-length film in history?

Australian film The Story of the Kelly Gang (1906)

198. The Terminator movie was made in


199. What plant has the Broadest leaves?

Victoria amazonica, (Amazon lily) leaf diameter 1.5 to 1.8 m

200. Who is the father of economics?

Adam Smith

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