10 most difficult colors riddlesColors quiz
For what main reason do chameleons change color?
to match their surroundings
as a social signal to other chameleons
their skin change color when pressed
chameleons do not change color
Colour change in chameleons has various functions, depending on the species, but the most common is social signalling. Only a few species, such as Smith's dwarf chameleon, also adjust their colours for camouflage
Why is White Sands Desert in New Mexico so purely white?
it is gypsum
it is very fine grained sand
it iswhite quartz
it is an optical illusion
White Sands, having 442 total square kilometers of dune fields, is the world's largest surface deposit of gypsum. Unlike other desert sands, it is cool to the touch, due to the high rate of evaporation of surface moisture and the fact that the sands reflect, rather than absorb, the sun's rays.
Which color is the color of mourning in Iran?
The color blue in many cultures is significant in religious beliefs, brings peace, or is believed to keep the bad spirits away. In Iran, blue is the color of mourning while in the West the something blue bridal tradition represents love
Garnets come in different colors, except...
Garnets come in a variety of colors and have many different varieties, except blue. The most widely-known color of Garnet gemstones is dark red. When the term "Garnet" is used, it is usually connotative of the dark red form.
In what process sky colors (including blue sky and red sun) are created?
Rayleigh scattering, named after the British physicist Lord Rayleigh (John William Strutt), is an elastic scattering of light or other electromagnetic radiation by particles much smaller than the wavelength of the radiation.
A person who has 4 types of color receptors is called ...
Such people do not exist
Man is usually sensitive to about 500,000 colors. Tetrachromacy is the condition of possessing four independent channels for conveying color information, or possessing four types of cone cells in the eye. Organisms with tetrachromacy are called tetrachromats which can see up to 99 million shades.
Which country did these silver sport cars represent?
For decades until the introduction of sponsorship liveries, each country had its traditional color in automobile racing. Italian race cars were red (still used by Ferrari), British ones green, and French blue. Today, Mercedes-Benz Formula One cars are also silver.