What was the world’s first video game? Many believe it was “Tennis-For-Two,” built by physicist William Higinbotham at New York’s Brookhaven National Laboratory way back in 1958. PONG (1972) was the first commercially successful video arcade game, but at least two coin-operated games, Computer Space and Galaxy Game predate PONG.
The technical terms for a male bear and female bear are the same as those used for the male and female:
Friday’s answer: New Zealand is the country with the most species of flightless birds, mostly kiwis and penguins.