Butterflies and Moths: Fact or Fiction
How many species of butterflies and moths exist? Are moths harmful to the global economy? Test your knowledge of these colorful and graceful creatures by taking this quiz.
United States of America Quiz
How many stripes are on the American flag? Which state has the fewest counties? Sort out the facts in this quiz about the states, stripes, and cities.
The Sun: Fact or Fiction?
Does the Earth revolve around the Sun once per month? Are sunspots hotter than the Sun’s surface? Turn up the heat in this solar astronomy quiz.
The Titanic was a marvel. How much do you know about this infamous ship? Test your knowledge with this quiz.
Famous Serial Killers
Some people can’t kill just once. How much do you know about these famous serial killers?
Immensely popular in England, Australia, India, and many other British Commonwealth countries, the sport of cricket is a way of life for many people. Thought to have originated as far back as the 13th century, cricket has a long history and a literacy all its own. This quiz highlights some of the more obscure and humorous aspects of a game that is notoriously difficult to explain to the uninitiated. Test your knowledge and see how much you know about this historic sport.
All-American History Quiz
Who was the original Edsel? When did a U.S. president first appear on TV? And why did Sequoyah have a tree named after him? Go back in time for the all-American answers.
Viruses, Bacteria, and Diseases
If a person has lockjaw, what disease is he or she suffering from? From poliomyelitis to influenza, learn more about viruses, bacteria, and diseases in this quiz.
Countries of the World
Which country claims "Waltzing Matilda" as their unofficial anthem? What country has the largest Muslim population? Sort out the random interesting facts about countries around the world.
EXPLORE ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA
Only about 35 percent of the world’s countries have had women rulers. That makes the achievement of these women remarkable. Whether as head of state or head of government, they showed that a woman could take charge.
7 Suffragists You Should Know
In 2020 Britannica is celebrating the centennial of the Nineteenth Amendment’s ratification. To mark the landmark event, we highlight a few of the suffragist who led the 72-year fight to win the vote for women.
The connection between washing with clean water and avoiding coronavirus is an important one.