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The first three questions made by Sander van der Heyden are: _____ Day 1: Category: Museums This art museum is the world’s largest in terms of gallery space and visitors (2.7 million in 2020).
It is situated on the banks of a major European river and holds important pieces such as Venus de Milo, Liberty Leading the People and The Wedding Feast at Cana.
Name the museum.
_____ Day 2: Category: Mammalogy What is the shared name of an extinct genus of animals that was an ancestor of Elephants, and the type of tree whose most famous example is probably General Sherman?
_____ Day 3: Category: Tennis This Japanese professional tennis player was ranked No. 1 in January 2019 by the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) - the first Asian player, man or woman, ever to hold the top ranking in singles.
Who is this athlete, whose last name coincidentally is identical to the name of the city in which she was born?
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