Answers – Things You Might Not Know About New Jersey
We asked some tough New Jersey Trivia questions yesterday. Now it's time to find out if you got the answers right.
It's hard to find New Jersey questions that we haven't heard the answers to a thousand times, but there were a few New Jersey facts that we stumbled across at onlyinyourstate.com that we thought you might not know.
We grabbed these items from 10 Things you Probably Didn't Know About The State Of New Jersey. Frankly, many of them we thought you would know, but a couple caught our attention.
Here are the questions from yesterday, along with the answers...
We all know about Jersey blueberries, tomatoes and cranberries, but what other vegetable does New Jersey produce a majority of in America? Bell peppers
New Jersey is the home of the oldest working lighthouse in America. It has survived everything from the Revolutionary War to Sandy. Which one is it? Sandy Hook Lighthouse
Here's a fill-in-the-blank for you. The first ________ skeleton was found in New Jersey in 1858. Dinosaur (more specifically, the first one found in North America, and it was found in Haddonfield).
Thanks for playing along, and thank you to (most) of you for not looking up the answers before giving it a try!
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