Can You Name Them All? Vol II, A Quiz Deck on Everything from the Three Longest Rivers to the Eight Phases of the Moon
We’ve packed this 48-card quiz deck with questions to s-t-r-e-t-c-h your b-r-a-i-n and exercise your knowledge of everything from the human body to the outer reaches of the solar system. Like its popular predecessor (Can You Name Them All?), Volume 2 features questions on the fronts of the cards and answers on the backs, with each query asking for a number of items to be named—the five elements of feng shui or the twenty-four letters of the ancient Greek alphabet, for example. Many heads may prove better than one when answering these questions, which is why these Knowledge Cards are such fun as a multiplayer competition. Yet the deck is equally satisfying as a solitary pursuit, provided such perusers have cross-trained their brains in history, literature, geography, art, nutrition, pop culture, anatomy, and so many more subjects, we can’t name them all. Can you?
Sample Card Text
What are the three eras of the “Age of the Dinosaurs”?
Answer Dinosaurs appeared on Earth nearly 250 million years ago, growing in numbers and types to eventually fill every ecological niche. They dominated the world for nearly 200 million years—40,000 times longer than recorded human history—during the following eras:
1. Triassic (248 to 213 million years ago)
2. Jurassic (213 to 144 million years ago)
3. Cretaceous (144 to 65 million years ago)