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

Question for July 19,2024

Happy Good News Friday! Youth activists recently secured a groundbreaking climate settlement in this US state…
  • Michigan
  • Nebraska
  • Hawaiicorrect answer
  • Texas

Hawaii officials and youth climate activists have struck a landmark deal, aiming for a zero-emissions transportation system by 2045! This historic deal helps support their right to a safe and healthy environment. Happy Friday, FTO 🙂

Question for July 18,2024

Artist Alejandro Durán meticulously arranges _____ into visually stunning compositions.
  • Sea shells
  • Plastic debriscorrect answer
  • Coral
  • Driftwood

Artist Alejandro Durán sees beauty in the discarded! He meticulously arranges plastic bottles, bags, and other plastic debris into visually stunning compositions that speak volumes about our throwaway culture and its impact on marine life. See for yourself here…

Question for July 17,2024

In Greek mythology, who is the god of the sea, known for his trident and control over the oceans?
  • Zeus
  • Hades
  • Poseidoncorrect answer
  • Apollo

In Greek mythology, Poseidon is the powerful god of the sea, earthquakes, and horses, wielding a mighty trident to control the oceans. Often seen as a moody god, Poseidon's power reaches over all marine life and sea activities, making him a key figure in ancient Greek myths and legends.

Question for July 16,2024

Located off the coast of Scotland, the legendary Corryvreckan _____ is one of the largest and most dangerous in the world.
  • Cliff
  • Whirlpoolcorrect answer
  • Sea monster
  • Wave

The Corryvreckan whirlpool, located between the islands of Jura and Scarba off the west coast of Scotland, is the third largest permanent whirlpool in the world. Known for its powerful currents and turbulent waters, it has inspired many legends and captured the imagination of sailors and adventurers for centuries!

Question for July 15,2024

Which of the following species of fish return to the exact spot they were born to spawn?
  • Tuna
  • Salmoncorrect answer
  • Swordfish
  • Marlin

Salmon are known for their incredible homing instinct, returning to the exact spot where they were born to spawn. Their fascinating life cycle takes them from freshwater to the ocean and back! Check out the journey here…

Question for July 14,2024

Our plastic-free toothpaste tablets naturally whiten, freshen breath, and remineralize enamel. Today, when you buy one, you get another one for ____.
  • 10% off
  • $5 off
  • 40% off
  • FREE!correct answer

It’s another BOGO! Today, we’re making your oral care routine even sweeter. Buy one toothpaste tablet tin and receive a FREE toothpaste tablet refill pack. No codes needed - just add both items to your cart, and the refills will be yours for free at checkout!

Question for July 13,2024

What is the primary purpose of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs)? To…
  • Restrict all human activities
  • Promote sustainable fishing
  • Protect marine ecosystems and biodiversitycorrect answer
  • Create underwater parks for tourism

Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) are designed to protect marine ecosystems and biodiversity, ensuring marine life and habitats are safeguarded for future generations. We’re sharing 5 MPAs worth celebrating here…

Question for July 12,2024

It’s Good News Friday! Japan has built adorable _____ to keep them safe on train tracks.
  • Bunny bridges
  • Turtle tunnelscorrect answer
  • Caribou crossings
  • Hedgehog highways

Japan’s turtles were getting trapped and crushed by railway switches. To solve this, the West Japan Railway Company and Suma Aqualife Park created U-shaped tunnels under tracks for safe crossing. These tunnels have already saved 10 turtles, and the railway company monitors them monthly. Happy Friday!

Question for July 11,2024

True or False: Jellyfish are some of the most efficient predators in the marine world.
  • Truecorrect answer
  • False

Jellyfish, seemingly gentle drifters, are in reality masterful hunters equipped with an array of adaptations that make them some of the most efficient predators in the marine world. Learn more about the dance of the jellyfish here…

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