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Harry Potter has a pet owl. What's the name of this owl?

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Answer: Hedwig
More information: Hedwig was a pet owl that belonged to Harry Potter. On Harry's 11th birthday, Rubeus Hagrid gifted Hedwig to him.

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Which insect does a caterpillar grow into?

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Answer: Butterfly
More information: At maturity, a caterpillar transforms into a butterfly.

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What country gave the United States it's famous Statue of Liberty as a gift in 1886?

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Answer: France
More information: The Statue of Liberty began construction in 1875 and was dedicated in 1886. It receives over 3 million visitors each year.

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In which American city is Wall Street located?

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Answer: New York City
More information: Located in Lower Manhattan, New York City, Wall Street is considered America's financial center.

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Which continent is the most populous in the world?

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Answer: Asia
More information: Asia is the continent with the most population. As of 2017, the continent had over 4 billion living in it.

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Which country is the largest in the world by area?

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Answer: Russia
More information: With a total area of over 17 million square kilometers, Russia is the largest country on earth by area.

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What is the largest man-made lake in the United States?

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Answer: Lake Mead
More information: Lake Mead, which is located in Nevada, is the largest human-made lake in the United States. The lake has a total length of 112 miles and a depth that measures 532 feet.

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Who wrote the famous Harry Potter series of books?

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Answer: J.K. Rowling
More information: British novelist, J.K. Rowling gained international fame after writing and publishing the Harry Potter series of fantasy novels.

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What was Mickey Mouse's original name?

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Answer: Mortimer Mouse
More information: Mickey Mouse first appeared in an episode entitled "Steamboat Willie" in 1928.

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What is another name for planet Mars?

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Answer: Red Planet
More information: In the sky, Mars resembles a reddish star. This is the reason it is nicknamed the Red Planet.



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