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DID YOU KNOW...
Americans consume pizza at an average of approximately 350 slices of pizza
per second.

1. On the long-running TV game show "Wheel of Fortune", what can contestants
'buy'?
2. Name that Musical !
"Getting To Know You", "Shall We Dance", “Hello Young Lovers” and "Something Wonderful" ...
3. The first Country Music Number One of the year 2000 was the song
"Breathe". Who sang it?
4. Both the Serengeti National Park and Mount Kilimanjaro are located in
which African country?
a. - Democratic Republic of the Congo
b. - Zambia
c. - Kenya
d. - Tanzania
5. Which Max made his fortune in the cosmetics industry?
6. In which member of the deer family do the females also have antlers?
a. - Mule deer
b. - Elk
c. - Caribou (reindeer)
d. - Moose
7. Can You name Africa's "Big Five" animals ?
8. Who played Joe Friday in the original "Dragnet" television series?

TRUTH OR CRAP ??
American cockroaches will feed on people's eyelashes and toenails while they
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1. Vowels
2. "The King and I"
3. Faith Hill
4. - d
5. Max Factor
6. - c
7. Elephant, Lion, Leopard, Rhinoceros and Cape buffalo
8. Jack Webb
TRUTH !!
The American cockroach, sometimes called the ‘water bug,’ has been
documented feeding on toenails, eyelashes, eyebrows, and hair of sleeping
children.
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Default Re: trivia 1/12

7. is debatable. I thought of Giraffe and Hippo too. Left off cape buffalo and leopard.
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Not debatable, Doc........ Africa's official "Big Five" .....

https://www.kruger-2-kalahari.com/big-five.html
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Well, okay, but I must say I do not agree with them. LOL

The traditional grouping of ‘big 5’ animals were so-called by the big hunters of the last two centuries. These 5 mammals were considered the five most dangerous animals to hunt - primarily because they fought back!

Now for them being the most dangerous to hunt. Yeah. I agree there.
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Hey, Doc !

Wanna take a shot at North America's Big Five ??
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Polar Bear, Grizzly, Wolf, Bison and Moose.
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Good one. I would have expected the Brown bear to be on there ...but then it would have been crowded with BEARs. I would remove Bison and put on brown bear if I was in charge.
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