Past Trivia

In case you missed it - the last 9 days of trivia

Question for June 24,2022

Free the Ocean and Hydro Flask present the “Sustainable Summertime Giveaway”! Four lucky winners will receive…
  • Outdoor kitchen dining gear
  • Hand-printed kitchen towels
  • Outdoor candles
  • All this and more!correct answer

The FTO and Hydro Flask “Sustainable Summertime Giveaway” is on! Four winners will receive a full Hydro Flask Outdoor Kitchen set, hand-printed kitchen towels, outdoor candles and more... Good luck!

Question for June 23,2022

Over 21,000 lighthouses around the world were built to guide seafarers… where was the very first lighthouse?
  • Cozumel, Mexico
  • Boston, Massachusetts
  • Alexandria, Egyptcorrect answer
  • Calais, France

Lighthouses with bright lights, beacons and fog horns were created to protect seafarers from danger… built over 2,300 years ago, the Lighthouse of Alexandria, in Egypt is the world’s oldest.

Question for June 22,2022

Aldabra Atoll in the Indian Ocean consists of 4 large coral islands and has the world’s largest population of…
  • Monk Seals
  • Giant Tortoisescorrect answer
  • Albatrosses
  • Manatees

One of the Seychelles in the Indian Ocean, Aldabra Island is hard to access and mostly isolated from human influence… and home to the largest population of giant tortoises in the world, with over 152,000 of them!

Question for June 21,2022

It’s the first day of Summer! To celebrate the longest day of the year, we’re offering a sitewide ‘Summer Sale’ of _____% off.
  • 10
  • 15
  • 20
  • 25correct answer

It’s our First Day of Summer Sale! To celebrate the longest day of the year, take 25% OFF all our sustainable products - use the code SUMMER25 at checkout.

Question for June 20,2022

The Antarctic exploration ship Endurance sank beneath the surface of the Weddell Sea in the year____, and now it’s been found!
  • 1865
  • 1915correct answer
  • 1977
  • 2108

The Endurance ship sank beneath the surface of the Weddell Sea in 1915. Now, 107 years later, the ship was miraculously found at a depth of nearly 10,000 feet in an amazing state of preservation! We’re sharing the incredible story and images here…

Question for June 19,2022

Male _______ are known as being among the very best wildlife fathers.
  • Goby fish
  • Emperor penguinscorrect answer
  • Grizzly bears
  • Sea bass

Unlike the goby fish and sea bass who actually eat mom’s eggs, the male Emperor penguins are awesome fathers. The female penguin leaves her egg in the care of dad to keep it safe and warm, and he balances the egg on his feet in the harsh Antarctic winter… without eating until the female returns two months later. Happy Fathers Day to all dads!

Question for June 18,2022

“The Beach Belongs to Everyone!” Today is…
  • International Surfing Daycorrect answer
  • World Oceans Day
  • Sand Castle Day
  • The first day of Summer

Today is the 17th Annual International Surfing Day! Created by the Surfrider Foundation, this year's theme is “The Beach Belongs to Everyone” - celebrating the joy and excitement the beach brings to all of us. Surfing is an amazing gift and the beach is an incredible place that should be healthy, safe and accessible to all people!

Question for June 17,2022

Happy Good News Friday! National Parks in the US will begin phasing out plastic…
  • Bottles and straws
  • Forks and spoons
  • Cups and bags
  • All single-use plasticcorrect answer

Now this is some good news! Single-use plastics will be phased out of National Parks over the next decade. It’s estimated that this will reduce millions of pounds of unnecessary disposable plastic in our national parks and other public lands. Happy Friday, FTO community!

Question for June 16,2022

The largest living thing in Shark Bay, Australia, isn't actually a shark but a…
  • Giant Phantom Jellyfish
  • Spinner dolphin
  • Single seagrass meadowcorrect answer
  • Blue whale

Shark Bay, Australia should perhaps consider a name change to Seagrass Bay, since the largest resident isn’t a great white shark, but a single seagrass meadow. Spread from one seed, the seagrass in the bay is now the world’s largest plant - as large as 20,000 football fields!

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