Welcome to the fascinating world of biology riddles! If you’re a biology enthusiast, a student, or simply love a good puzzle, then you’re in the right place. These riddles are not your average brain teasers – they’re designed to test your knowledge of the natural world and challenge your thinking skills. From the tiniest cells to the largest organisms, these riddles cover a wide range of topics and will keep you engaged and entertained for hours. So, get ready to exercise your brain and test your biology IQ with these fun and exciting riddles – and don’t worry, we’ll provide the answers too!
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Biology Riddles With Answers
1. How did the blonde define hydrophobia on her chemistry exam? Fear of utility bills.
2. How did the herpetologist know he would be married soon? He caught the garter snake.
3. How do you make a hormone? Don’t pay her.
4. How many biologists does it take to change a light bulb? Four. One to change it and three to write the environmental-impact statement.
5. I am taken from a mine and shut up in a wooden case, from which I am never released, and yet I am used by almost every person. What am I? Answer: A pencil lead.
6. I have a heart that doesn’t beat, a mouth that doesn’t eat, and a body with no bones. What am I? Answer: A clock.
7. I have a heart that doesn’t beat, a mouth that doesn’t speak, and a golden tail that never grows. What am I? Answer: A goldfish.
8. What did one cell say to his sister’s cell when she stepped in his toe? Mitosis
9. What did the femur say to the patella? I kneed you.
10. What did the male stamen say to the female pistil? I like your “style”
11. What do you call a cab which provides drug therapy? Chemotaxis
12. What do you call the leader of a biology gang? The Nucleus
13. What has a head, and a tail, but no body? Answer: A coin.
14. What has a heart that doesn’t beat? Answer: An artichoke.
15. What has a spine but no bones? Answer: A book.
16. What is always in front of you but can’t be seen? Answer: The future.
17. What is full of holes but still holds water? Answer: A sponge.
18. What is so fragile that saying its name breaks it? Answer: Silence.
19. What is the center of gravity? Answer: The letter “V”.
20. What was the biologist wearing on his first date with a hot chick? Designer jeans.
21. What’s the difference between ammonia and pneumonia? Ammonia is found in bottles; pneumonia is found in chests.
22. Why are environmentalists bad at playing cards? They like to avoid the flush.
23. Why did the computer go to the nurse? It had a Virus
24. Why was the scuba diver failing Biology? Because he was below “C” level.
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