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Printable Trivia questions and answers. How many U.S. states border the Gulf of Mexico? A: Five.

What's the ballet term for a 360-degree turn on one foot? A: Pirouette. What did blind bank robber David Worrell use as a weapon when trying to rob a Lo ndon bank? A: His cane. What Great Lake state has more shoreline than the entire U.S. Atlantic seaboard? A: Michigan. What model appeared topless on the self-penned 1993 novel Pirate? A: Fabio. Trivia questions and answers. Funny Pictures Printed on Mugs, T-shirts, Clocks, Pillows, Coasters, Posters and more! Which country has more tractors per capita, Canada, Iceland or Japan? A: Iceland. Who averaged one patent for every three weeks of his life? A: Thomas Edison. Happy Cows - Mad Cows - Silly Dogs and Cats! Animals Being Humans -Funny Gifts Cat Wrestling, Tight-rope walking elephants, fire breathing dragons, and crazy animal antics! What Elton John album became the first album to enter the charts at Number One, in 1975? A: Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy. What laundry detergent got lots of mileage out of the ad line, "ring around the collar"? A: Wisk. Who, after anchoring off Hawaii in 1779, was mistaken for the god Lono? A: Captain James Cook. What continent is cut into two fairly equal halves by the Tropic of Capricorn? A: Australia. What explorer introduced pigs to North America? A: Christopher Columbus. What magazine boasts the slogan: "Test, Inform, Protect"? A: Consumer Reports. Who was billed as the "Killer of Custer" in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show? A: Sitting Bull. What railway linked Moscow and Irkutsk in 1900? A: The Trans-Siberian Railway. What is the minimum number of musicians a band must have to be considered a "bi

g band"? A: Ten. What's a water moccasin often called, due to the white inside its mouth? A: A cottonmouth. What nation was bounced from the Organization of American States in 1962? A: Cuba. What continent has the fewest flowering plants? A: Antarctica. What element begins with the letter "K"? A: Krypton. What country saw a world record 315 million voters turn out for elections on May 20, 1991? A: India. What Lewis Carroll book was banned in China after censors decided: "Animals shou ld not use human language"? A: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. What is the least popular month for U.S. weddings? A: January. What spot once registered 134 degrees, the highest temperature ever in the U.S.? A: Death Valley. What was the first organ successfully transplanted from a cadaver to a live pers on? A: A kidney. What surname means "son of Nick"? A: Nixon. What duo survived a 1909 shootout with Bolivia's cavalry, according to historian s? A: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. What F-word is defined in physics as a "nuclear reaction in which nuclei combine to form more massive nuclei"? A: Fusion. What's the largest and densest of the four rocky planets? A: Earth. What ingredient in fresh milk is eventually devoured by bacteria, causing the so ur taste? A: Lactose. Who offered insurance against an accidental death caused by a falling Sputnik? A: Lloyds of London. How many months per year do residents of Tromoso, Norway go without seeing a sun set? A: Three. What Beatrix Potter tale is the top-selling children's book of all time? A: The Tale of Peter Rabbit.

What national holiday in Mexico has picnickers munching chocolate coffins and su gar skulls? A: The Day of the Dead. What nation's military attached dynamite packs to Dobermans before sending them into Palestinian guerilla hideouts? A: Israel. What was the first planet to be discovered using the telescope, in 1781? A: Uranus. How many days does a cat usually stay in heat? A: Five. Indonesia's motto is "Bhinneka Tunggal Ika". When it is translated to English, w hat does it mean? Unity in Diversity. Indonesia is a nation with 17,508 islands. It has over 2 00 million people (2005), making itself the fourth most populous country in the world. It is also the most populous Muslim nation. It has a strong motto, when i t is translated to English, it says "Unity in Diversity". This motto reflects th e languages, cultures and ethnic groups that shape every aspect of the country. Indonesia share borders with three countries. Out of these four countries, which country does Indonesia NOT share border with? Singapore. Indonesia's capital is Jakarta and the country shares border with three countries which are Malaysia, East Timor and Papua New Guinea. Singapore is very close to one of Indonesia's largest islands; however there is still wate r between them. Indonesia has thirty-three provinces and four provinces have special status. Spe cial status means more privileges and more independence from the government. The four special provinces are Aceh, Yogyakarta, Jakarta and _______. Papua. Aceh is located in the Sumatra island of Indonesia. Yogyakarta and Ja karta are located in the Java island of Indonesia while Papua is located in the Papua island of Indonesia. Papua is located in East Indonesia and its capital is Jayapura. Its population is around 2.8 million people (2005). In terms of land area, Indonesia is the world's sixteenth-largest country. Out o f these four countries, which country has the amount of land area most similar t o Indonesia? Mexico. Indonesia has a land area of 1,919,440 sq km while Mexico has a land area of around 1,972,550 sq km. Mexico is the world's fifteenth-largest country in terms of land area. The world's seventeenth-largest country in terms of land area is Libya with 1,759,440 sq km. Argentina has a land area of 2,766,890 sq k m. Hence, Mexico has a land area most similar to Indonesia. Indonesia has the world's most populous island. What is the name of the island? Java. The island Java of Jakarta has around 130 million people. The estimate d annual growth of population is about +1.25%. In addition, it is one of the mos t densely populated areas of the world. Indonesia has many natural resources. Out of these four, which natural resource is not one of Indonesia's major ones?

Silver. Indonesia's main natural resources are copper, gold, tin, natural ga s and crude oil. Its major imports include machinery and equipment, chemicals, f oodstuffs and fuels. Indonesia is the world's most populous Muslim nation. What is Indonesia's third largest religion group? Hindus. 86% of Indonesians are Muslims while 11% of the population is Christ ian. The third largest religion group of Indonesia are Hindus and they cover abo ut 2% of the population. Buddhists cover about 1% of the population. Most Buddhi sts in modern-day Indonesia are Chinese. Forms of dance in Indonesia are very popular. Out of these four choices, which d ance is a sacred ritualised dance of Java connected with the palaces of Yogyakar ta and Surakarta? Bedhaya. This is a question which would be popular to only Malays and Indone sians. Bedhaya is the choice and is an important symbol of the ruler's power. Jo ged is a dance from Bali accompanied with bamboo instruments. Pendet is a tradit ional Balinese dance, in which offerings are made to purify the theaters and the temples. Topeng is an Indonesian form of dance in which one or more dancers wea r different masks, it is like the Chinese dance. The largest lake in Indonesia is Lake Toba. In which island is it located? Sumatra. Lake Toba has 250 cubic kilometers of fresh water and is the larges t body of water in South East Asia. Lake Matano is the deepest lake in Indonesia while Lake Toba is the second deepest lake in Indonesia. The island of Sumatra is dominated by a mountain range called "Bukit Barisan". W hat does "Bukit Barisan" mean? A row of hills. The Bukit Barisan is a mountain range with many volcanoes in dense jungle cover. The highest peak is Mount Kerinci at 3,800 meters. The mean ing of "Bukit Barisan" is actually a row of hills or hills that make a row. This name is also used for many army purposes. Which of these songs is sung by a female singer? Ingat Kamu. The singer of "Ingat Kamu" is Maia. Which of these songs are NOT usually played with Gamelan? Yamko Rambe Yamko. It's because "Yamko Rambe Yamko" is from Papua while the rest are from Java. Which of these music bands created a song that is also the date that band was cr eated? Gigi. Strangely, gigi means "tooth" in Indonesian. There is one traditional song that has a name of a city in it. These song titles below are made up, except? Paris Barantai. "Paris Barantai", if sung from beginning to end, is a song t hat is very long. Which of the songs below is the national anthem of Indonesia? Indonesia Raya. Made by Wage Rudolph Soepratman, "Indonesia Raya" takes long

er to sing if all three stanzas are sung. Which of these songs is the shortest (if sung)? Suwe Ora Jamu. The rest are rather long. While "Suwe Ora Jamu" is only two l ines, "Paris Barantai", if sung from beginning to end, needs the same tune playe d up to eight times. Which one of these songs was created as a theme song? Ayat Ayat Cinta. If you go to Indonesia, you should watch the movie "Ayat Ay at Cinta", with this theme song. Which of these songs is NOT from Moluccas/Maluku? O Ina Ni Keke. "O Ina Ni Keke" is from Northern Celebes/Sulawesi. Most modern songs in Indonesia have this theme. Love. It is unlikely that a modern song with another theme will be found in Indonesia. The beginning of which song sounds like the beginning of the National Anthem of France? Dari Sabang Sampai Merauke. "Dari Sabang Sampai Merauke" means "From Sabang until Merauke". Originally, it was named "Dari Barat Sampai ke Timur" which mean s "From the West to the East". Soekarno, who was the first president of Indonesi a, changed the title to "Dari Sabang Sampai Merauke". I hope you enjoyed the qui z! Home Interesting Facts About Indonesia By: Want To Know It Indonesia is an Asian country with a population of about 237 million people, mak ing it the fourth largest country in the world in terms of population. Here are some interesting facts about Indonesia that you probably don t know! Interesting Facts About Indonesia Despite having many natural resources much of the Indonesian population live s in poverty. The Japanese invaded and occupied Indonesia during World War II. There are about 300,000 soldiers in the Indonesian Army, Navy and Air Force. Indonesia is made up of 17,508 islands. About 6,000 of these islands are inh abited by people. As it is close to the equator, Indonesia has a tropical climate. Average tem peratures vary very little through the year, ranging from about 26 to 30 degrees Celsius. Indonesia is home to thousands of different plant and animal species. It has the second highest level of biodiversity (a measure of the number of species) i n the world. Brazil is number one. The unemployment rate is almost at 10%. Almost half the Indonesian populatio n live on less than US$2 per day. The population is expected to be at 315 million by 2035. About 86% of the population is Muslim and 9% are Christians. Spices (especially chili), coconut milk, fish and chicken are common ingredi

ents in Indonesian cooking. Badminton and soccer (football) are the two most popular sports in Indonesia . Unfortunately, illegal gambling on sports is a big problem in the country. Indonesia On what island is Jakarta? Indonesia Java. What is the main religion in Indonesia? Indonesia

Islam. Islam 87 percent, Protestant 6 percent, Catholic 3 percent and Hi ndu 2 percent. The Indonesian flag is similar to the flag of what other country? a Monaco. The flag of Monaco also has two equal horizontal bands of red (t op) and white. The flag of Poland has the colors reversed with the white band on top. The Indonesian flag is the Dutch flag, without the blue band that is at th e bottom of the Dutch flag. Indonesia has an estimated number of 6,000 inhabited islands. But what is th e estimated total number of islands? Indonesia 17,000. Which countries have an official land boundary with Indonesia? a Malaysia and Papua New Guinea. In what year did the world's largest archipelago, Indonesia, celebrate 60 ye ars of independence? Indonesia 2005. In August 1945, immediately after the Japanese surrender, Sukarno proclaimed Indonesia an independent republic, the independence from The Netherla nds was achieved four years later in 1949. In the period 1942-1945, the country was occupied by what other country? Indonesia Japan. Indonesia was formerly known as what? Dutch East Indies. How do you say 'goodbye' in Bahasa? Indonesia Fun Facts Selamat Tinggal. Selamat Datang means 'Welcome', Selamat Natal means 'Me rry Christmas', Selamat Siang means 'Good afternoon'. I hope you enjoyed my quiz . Sampai berjumpa kembali. What is Yogyakarta's most popular food? Indonesia Fun Facts Indonesia Indonesi Indonesi

Gudeg. Gudeg is young jackfruit and chicken, cooked in a gravy coconut m ilk with some palm sugar. Soto betawi is mutton soup from Jakarta, Pempek is fis

h cake with vinegar sauce from South Sumatra and Rawon is beef soup in black bro th (normal broth plus some black spicy ingredient named 'kluwak' or black candle nuts come from the kepayang plant (pangium edule) ). A very popular soup from Su rabaya, East Java. . They are very delicious.. mm yummy... Which one is not originally from Indonesia? Indonesia Fun Facts Balinese Cat. The Balinese cat actually is not from Indonesia. It is mor e likely a Siamese Cat (from Siam or Thailand), and called Balinese, because the cat moves very gently like an Exotic Bali Dancer, when they are wanna sit. Komo do Dragon (Varanus Komodoensis) is a kind of giant lizard (almost 7 feet in long ) found only in Komodo Island, Nusa Tenggara Barat province, Maleo Bird (Macroce phalon Maleo) is from Celebes & Amboina (sometimes called "Ambon Island"). Orang utan ( Pongo pygmaeus) is only from Borneo and a little group from Sumatra. The ir status were endangered animals now. Who was the first president of Indonesia? Indonesia Fun Facts

Soekarno . Jakarta International Airport is Soekarno - Hatta. Soekarno ( 1901 - 1970) as the first President, and Mr Mohammad Hatta (1910 - 1981) as Soek arno's Vice President. What is the name of Indonesian Railroad Service? Indonesia Fun Facts

PERUMKA. PERURI (Perusahaan Uang Republik Indonesia) is a Mint, owned by government. ANGKASAPURA is Administration of Indonesian Air Service & carrier. TELKOM is telecommunication services, owned by goverment also. PERUMKA shorten f rom "Perusahaan Umum Kereta Api". "Kereta Api" in English mean 'train' What is the name of Solo (Surakarta) Airport? Indonesia Fun Facts

Adi Soemarmo. Halim PK is a military airport in Jakarta, Adi Soetjipto i s in Yogyakarta, and Talang Betutu was previously name of Sultan Mahmud Badarudi n, Palembang (South Sumatra). Adi Soemarmo and Adi Soetjipto (they were brotherh ood)were national heroes from Central Java, they died after their plane crashes with a Dutch bomber in a Civil War. "Siapa itu?" means : Indonesia Fun Facts

Who is that?. Who are you? is "Siapa anda?", Who is s/he? is "Siapa dia? ", Who said that? is "Siapa bilang?" Now about language. How do you say "Be Careful" in Bahasa? Indonesia Fun Fa cts hati hati . 'hati hati' mean be careful. Interesting Facts : There are m any (but not ALL) of Indonesian single meaning, made up from two words repetitio n. But if you speak only single word, it could be different meaning. "Hati hati" for example. Single "hati" word mean "liver", and if you said it twice, it mean "Be careful". So do "beri beri" (single "beri" mean "give it", two "beri"s mean deficiency of vitamin B), "jala jala" ("jala" is a fishing net, "jala jala" is an electrical AC power supply outlet), "kacang kacang" ("kacang" is peanut, mean while "kacang kacang" is a kind of long snout sea fish aka Hemiramphus brasilien sis!), "agar agar" ("agar" means "in order to", "agar agar" is gelatine made of Euchema seaweed (jelly)). Which island in Indonesia does not have land border with another country? Indonesia Fun Facts Sulawesi. Papua borders Papua New Guinea, Kalimantan (Borneo) borders Ma

laysia and Timor borders Timor Leste. Sulawesi is also called Celebes. What is time difference between GMT and Denpasar, Bali? cts 8 hours. Jakarta is 7 hours ahead and Denpasar is 8 hours ahead. What's the name of orange coloured Indian three-wheeler car, which is a very noisy car and only seen in Jakarta? Indonesia Fun Facts Bajaj. Bajaj (spelled "baa- jay") is made in India, a very noisy form of transportation (some expat would say, "a lawnmower on three wheels" because of the sound), that is very similar to Tuk Tuk in Thailand. Becak is threecycle bik e human powered (it was banned since 1991 in Jakarta, due to bad habits of the d rivers), Bemo is Daihatsu's (Japan) threecycle passenger motorcar. Metro Mini is also orange coloured, but they are kinds of local commuter bus. Which one is Indonesian airline? Indonesia Fun Facts Indonesia Fun Fa

Garuda. Silkair is from Singapore, TAROM from Romania, MAS mean Malaysia n Air Service, Garuda is International and Domestical Indonesia Airline, founded since 1949. Garuda itself mean Giant Eagle.