The most difficult New Zealand riddles A list of New Zealand related questions that are most often answered incorrectly Geography quiz The Boyd Massacre occurred in 1809, when natives killed and ate between 66 and 70 crew members of the ship Boyd. Where did it happen?In New Zealand. The attack on the ship was a revenge for the whipping of a young Māori chief by the crew. According to Māori norms, this warranted a violent retribution. Cannibalism was already a regular practice in Māori wars. News of the events stopped shipping visits to to the country over the next few years.very hard 29% in the Caribbeanin the Caribbean34%in Sri Lankain Sri Lanka15%in New Zealandin New Zealand29%in Javain Java21%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 2452 answers in 2 languages »Age of Sail riddles » This is the tallest freestanding structure in the Southern Hemisphere. Where is it?In New Zealand. The Sky Tower in Auckland (pictured) is 328 meters or 1,076 ft tall. It has become an iconic structure in Auckland's skyline.hard 42% in Brazilin Brazil12%in South Africain South Africa21%in Indonesiain Indonesia23%in New Zealandin New Zealand42%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 5266 answers in 2 languages »towers riddles » Which country is the leading producer of wool?Australia is the leading producer of wool (25% of global production) which is mostly from Merino sheep. Other large producters of wool are New Zealand, China and the United States (mostly in Texas and New Mexico).hard 43% United StatesUnited States4%New ZealandNew Zealand42%AustraliaAustralia43%ArgentinaArgentina9%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 5209 answers in 2 languages »animals of Australia riddles » Which capital is the most southern in the world?Wellington is also the most remote capital city in the world, the farthest away from any other capital city.hard 45% SydneySydney15%PretoriaPretoria13%WellingtonWellington45%Santiago de ChileSantiago de Chile25%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 10490 answers in 2 languages »capitals riddles » Who discovered New Zealand?Dutchmen. New Zealand was discovered by Dutch capitan Abel Tasman. It is named after the Dutch province of Zealand (near the Belgian border today).hard 49% EnglishmenEnglishmen34%DutchmenDutchmen49%FrenchmenFrenchmen6%SpaniardsSpaniards9%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 17444 answers in 2 languages »geographic discoveries riddles » Where do the world's biggest parrots live?In New Zealand. The Kakapo is a species of large, flightless nocturnal parrot. Though the Kakapo cannot fly, it is an excellent climber, ascending to the crowns of the tallest trees. Only about 100 living individuals are known.hard 55% in Africain Africa9%in South Americain South America27%in Mexicoin Mexico7%in New Zealandin New Zealand55%Created by: Kasia. Statistics based on 11317 answers in 2 languages »birds riddles » What is the capital of New Zealand?Wellington. In 1865, Wellington became the capital city of New Zealand, replacing much more populous Auckland at the northern extremity of the North Island, due to fears that the then gold-rich South Island would decide to become a separate colony. Wellington is located at the southern tip of the North Island, immediately across the Cook Strait from the South Island. easy 74% AucklandAuckland16%WellingtonWellington74%HamiltonHamilton6%HobartHobart2%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 13817 answers in 2 languages »islands riddles » Play geography quiz and see all the questions.