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For thousands of years, science has been the backbone of the community, serving as both a foundational understanding of how the world works, but also as building blocks for furthering that knowledge and innovating as a species. Learning about the fundamentals of our planet Earth, and expanding that education to our surrounding environment and the universe beyond has always been essential, but learning about our bodies and health, the elements surrounding us, and those who discovered scientific theories and laws are vital too. It's a vast subject, but how much do you remember even the most basic science facts? Test your knowledge to see if you can even pass this elementary level science quiz! Good luck!

What is the most abundant gas in the atmosphere that allows us to breathe?
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Nitrogen
Oxygen
Sulfur
Carbon
What's the closest planet to the sun?
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Mercury
Saturn
Venus
Mars
How many teeth do adult humans have?
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32
51
28
36
What are the names of the Earth's 3 layers?
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Crust, Mantle, and Core
Edge, Middle, and Center
Rim, Mantle, and Base
First, Second & Third Terrace
What's the largest planet in our solar system?
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Jupiter
Saturn
Uranus
Earth
What substance do bees collect to make honey?
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Nectar
Glucose
Sugar
Water
What's the hottest planet in the solar system?
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Venus
Mars
Neptune
Mercury
Which blood type is most rare?
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AB Negative
B Positive
O Negative
A Positive
Which part of the body is the pinna located?
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Ear
Nose
Eye
Finger
What is the process in which plants produce oxygen thanks to sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water?
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Photosynthesis
Metabolism
Cell Respiration
Growing
What’s the boiling point of water?
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100º Celsius
212º Celsius
100º Farenheit
312º Farenheit
What's the largest known land animal?
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Elephant
Giraffe
Rhinocerous
Hippopotomous
What is the largest animal in general?
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Blue Whale
Elephant
Shark
Giant Squid
What are the tissues that connect muscles to bones called?
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Tendons
Flexors
Appendage
Joint
Which scientist discovered the three laws of motion?
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Isaac Newton
Nicolas Copernicus
Ben Franklin
Albert Einstein
What are the collective gasses that surround our planet Earth called?
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Atmosphere
Ozone Layer
Earth Shield
Air Dome
What do we call animals who eat both plants and other animals?
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Omnivores
Herbivores
Vegan
Cannibals
Which of Newton's findings states "for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction?"
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3rd Law of Motion
1st Law of Motion
Theory of Relativity
Big Bang Theory
Which specific human organ suffers from Diabetes?
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Pancreas
Liver
Gallbladder
Appendix
True Or False: Sound travels faster in air than water.
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False
True
How long do human red blood cells survive?
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120 Days
60 Days
365 Days
1000 Days
True Or False: Lightning is hotter than the surface of the sun.
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True
False
In which country will you find the Suez Canal?
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Egypt
Turkey
Panama
Ecuador
Which planet completes its day in just 10 hours?
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Jupiter
Pluto
Mercury
Uranus
How many elements are there in the Periodic Table?
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118
144
127
211
Which planet has the most moons?
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Saturn
Jupiter
Neptune
Uranus
Where Can You Find The Smallest Bone In The Human Body?
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Middle Ear
Toe
Nose
Knee
What was the name of the giant, singular landmass that used to exist on Earth 280 million years ago?
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Pangea
The Land Bridge
Eurasia
Continentopia
What's the name of the theory that explains Pangea's separation?
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The Continental Drift Theory
The Continental Migration
Tectonic Shift Theory
Mass Land Divide Theory
How many hearts does an octopus have?
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3
1
10
6
True Or False: Male seahorses give birth opposed to females.
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True
False
Where can the oldest living tree be found?
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California
Sahara Desert
Germany
Australia
Can You Hear Anything In Outer Space?
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No
Yes
Who proposed the idea that it was not the Earth at the center of the universe, and that it was actually the sun at the center of our solar system?
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Copernicus
Galileo
Da Vinci
Aristotle
Which trees do acorns come from?
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Oak Trees
Pine Trees
Elm Trees
Maple Trees
What's the tallest kind of grass?
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Bamboo
Prairie
Pampas
Switchgrass
Which type of animal was the first to be cloned in a lab?
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Sheep
Goat
Dog
Mouse
What was the name of the first animal, and of course dog, to travel to space?
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Laika
Cosmo
Buzz
Sam
What percentage of an egg's weight is its shell?
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12%
40%
33%
5%
What's the smallest country in the world?
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Vatican City
Luxemburg
Malawi
Equatorial Guinea
Who invented the telephone?
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Alexander Graham Bell
Albert Einstein
Benjamin Franklin
Teddy Roosevelt
What's the name of the highest mountain in Africa?
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Mount Kilimanjaro
Mount Olympus
Mount Everest
Mount Kenya
In what year was Alaska sold to the United States?
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1867
1967
1923
1888
How many bones do sharks have in total?
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0
137
56
341
What medicine was discovered by Alexander Fleming, considered to be a great breakthrough and now used to treat numerous diseases?
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Penicillin
Sulfonamides
Anti-Depressants
Tetracylines
What measurement is used to account for how deep water may be?
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Fathom
Depth
Meters
Scores
What Is A Geiger Counter Used To Measure?
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Radiation
Seismic Magnitude
Acidity Level
Current Strength
What's the hardest known material in the world?
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Diamonds
Steel
Platinum
Plutonium
True Or False: Your hair and nails are made up of the same material.
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True
False
Which scientist is known for their Theory of Natural Selection?
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Charles Darwin
Nikola Tesla
Jane Goodall
Alfred Nobel
Cirrus, stratus, and cumulus are all types of what?
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Clouds
Trees
Birds
Wildflowers
What’s the largest desert in the world?
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Antarctic Desert
Sahara Desert
Gobi Desert
Arabian Desert

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