Microsoft Rewards Bing Homepage Quiz Questions and Answers (04-27-2024)

Question 1: Which city, just south of San Francisco, was today’s hummingbird photographed in?

  • Modesto
  • Santa Cruz
  • Sacramento

Correct Answer: Santa Cruz

Fact: The Australian Garden is an extensive collection of plants native to Australia in the UC Santa Cruz Arboretum. The garden showcases the beauty and botanical diversity of the Australian continent, with a wide array of plants adapted to its climate and soil conditions. The Anna’s hummingbird, however, is native to North America.

Question 2: What is the name of the hummingbird in the Disney animated movie ‘Pocahontas’?

  • Flit
  • Kocoum
  • Meeko

Correct Answer: Flit

Fact: Flit is a small and energetic hummingbird who is a loyal friend to Pocahontas. Flit's interactions with other characters, including Meeko the raccoon, provide comic relief and contribute to the overall adventurous and heartwarming atmosphere of the story.

Question 3: Which is the smallest hummingbird species in North America?

  • Berylline
  • Calliope
  • Rufous

Correct Answer: Calliope

Fact: The Calliope hummingbird is about 3 inches long and weighs just one-tenth of an ounce. Some of these birds migrate every year from Canada to southern Mexico. During migration, they are easily overlooked as they feed on low flowers and avoid the aggressive behavior of larger hummingbirds.

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Question 4: Where is the Tree of Life seen in today’s image?

  • Washington
  • California
  • Illinois
Tree of Life

Correct Answer: Washington

Fact: On the Pacific coast of Olympic National Park in Washington, the Kalaloch Tree of Life appears to be floating above a small stream. This Sitka spruce is a popular attraction, with people returning year after year to check that it's still standing.

Question 5: Which country’s flag features a cedar tree?

  • Lebanon
  • Portugal
  • South Africa

Correct Answer: Lebanon

Fact: The Cedrus libani, or Lebanese cedar, stands between two red stripes on the nation's flag and is said to represent eternity, happiness, prosperity, and steadiness.

Question 6: What is the tallest species of tree in the world?

  • California redwood
  • Himalayan cypress
  • Alpine ash

Correct Answer: California redwood

Fact: Also known as the coastal redwood, these giant trees can grow to a height of over 330 feet, with trunks around 27 feet wide. They are found along the Pacific coast, from California to southwest Oregon. Hyperion, in Redwood National Park, is the tallest-known tree in the world, reaching a dizzying 380.1 feet.

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