How well do you know your Arizona trivia? Test your knowledge with these 10 fun facts and trivia!
Q: The state seal of Arizona has 5 “C”s on it. What do they stand for?
A: Climate, Cotton, Copper, Cattle and Citrus. In the early years of the State, these industries were important to Arizona’s economy.
Q: How many pennies would be needed for the cooper on the roof of the Capitol Building in Phoenix?
A: 4,800,000 pennies!
Q: Can you name the 13 other states that have a city named Phoenix?
They are Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, South Carolina, and Texas.
Q: Who has the more golf courses Scotland or Arizona?
A: You guessed right if you said Arizona, hard to believe we have more, but we do have many beautiful courses in our state.
Q: What was the hottest temperature ever recorded in Arizona
A: It was 128 degrees in Lake Havasu City on June 29, 1994
Q: What was the coldest recorded temperature in Arizona?
A: On January 7, 1971 it was -40 degrees at Hawley Lake.
Q: How many mountain peaks and summits are there in Arizona?
A: There are 3928 mountain peaks and summits, this is more than any of the other mountain states (Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming).
Q: How many rattlesnakes live in Arizona?
A: There are 13 species of rattlesnakes, more than any other state. The Arizona ridge-nosed rattlesnake is the state reptile.
Q: What is Arizona’s official state flower?
A: The saguaro cactus blossom. The white flower blooms on the tips of the saguaro cactus during May and June. The saguaro is the largest American cactus. If you cut down an endangered cactus like this Saguaro in Arizona, you could face up to a year in prison.
Q: When did Arizona become a state?
A: Arizona became the 48th state on February 14, 1912.
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