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1. Let’s see what you’ve drawn! In which country are these two cities located?

Johannesburg
Capetown

• Costa Rica
• Spain
• South Africa
• Australia

2. Here are your next clues. Very interesting! Under which astrological sign did the creator of these works pass away?

1984
Animal Farm

• Virgo
• Aquarius
• Gemini
• Cancer

3. Which person is most closely connected to the two clues you’ve just drawn?

Pedology
Edaphology

• John Dalton
• Bernard Palissy
• Hans von Storch
• Rosalind Franklin

4. What is the total number of prime numbers between 29 and 63?

• 8
• 9
• 10
• 11
• 12
• 13

5. Can you identify the false statement about the two clues you’ve just drawn?

• The man on the left lived to be a sexagenarian and the man on the right lived to be a quinquagenarian
• The mother of the man on the right was 18 years younger than her husband, while the man on the left married a woman 17 years younger than him
• The man on the left was diagnosed as having jaundice and the man on the right might have had cholera
• The man on the right traveled to the U.S. while the man on the left did not
• The man on the right considered the man on the left overrated
• The building where the man on the left was born still stands today, while the building where the man on the right was born no longer exists

6. Take a look at your clues. Which countries are located in the Southern Hemisphere?

• ABCF
• ACDF
• ACDEF
• BDEF
• BCDE
• ABDE

7. You’ll have to unscramble these clues and put them in the correct order, softest to hardest mineral!

• CAEBFD
• CDEABF
• EFABCD
• DECABF

8. You’ve drawn your last clue! How many leaf vegetables can you spot?

• 10
• 11
• 12
• 13
• 14
• 15
• 16
• 17
• 18