The answers revealed
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Question 1: In which country is the city that produces over 40% of the world’s soccer balls?
Answer: In Pakistan, there’s a small city called Sialkot that produces 40 per cent of the world’s soccer balls!
Question 2: Where was the world’s longest dance marathon held?
Answer: The world’s longest dance marathon was completed in Nigeria on 6th April 2019. It lasted 53 hours, 28 minutes and 47 seconds. It was achieved by Team Jason Joshua Usoro (all from Nigeria) in Lagos.
Question 3: Which country has the most recorded earthquakes?
Answer: Japan accounts for 20 per cent of the world’s recorded earthquakes over 6 magnitudes! A tremor occurs in Japan at least every five minutes, and each year there are up to 2,000 quakes that can be felt by people.
Question 4: Where was bread invented?
Answer: Bread was invented in Egypt around 8.000 BC. The first examples of bread were flat and unleavened – resembling what we know today as roti or chapatis across the Indian subcontinent and in East Africa, or tortillas in Latin America.
Question 5: Which country has the most pyramids?
Answer: You might be surprised to find out that Sudan has almost twice the number of pyramids as Egypt – with 255 pyramids!
Question 6: Which country has the world’s smallest mammals?
Answer: Thailand has the world’s smallest mammal, known as the Bumblebee Bat they grow up to only 33mm and weigh around 2g! That’s roughly the size of a 50c coin in Australia and weighs even less than a 5c coin!
Question 7: Which country uses coral to make roads?
Answer: Guam island is almost entirely coral and uses it to create its asphalt instead of importing sand!
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