Why do female deer respond when they hear a human baby crying? Why do we sometimes forget where we were going and what we intended to do? Why does Pharaoh Ramesses II need a passport? Who used to steal Queen Victoria’s lingerie? There are so many questions! The good news is that we have answers to all of them!
smartzune.com is going to tell you about 11 facts that will make you want to exclaim, “Wow, I didn’t know that!”
1. Any person, no matter dead or alive, should have a passport to travel across France.
Countries across the globe have implemented and have been successfully using National ID numbers/cards for decades now. USA, UAE, South Korea, Countries of EU, UK and many more have some version of National ID number in place to link all local activities to. India has entered the race with Aadhaar but there is a lot catching up to do. Currently Aadhaar only serves as a ID number but there is minimum linking to other government services.U.A.E government has a very successful Emirates Identity Program which issues Emirates ID card to all citizens and residents which encapsulates Biometric
That’s why the government of Egypt had to make a passport for Pharaoh Ramesses II so that they could bring his body to France for restoration. Besides that, when the plane with the body of Ramesses landed in Paris, he was greeted with all the honors.
Identity and provides multitude of features like replacement for Bank Cards, Driving License and Travelling Document among Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries. More features are being added to it continuously like medical records.
2. Once, a boy who lived in Buckingham Palace used to steal Queen Victoria’s lingerie.
On the 14th of December in 1838, a night porter in one of the rooms of the Buckingham Palace caught a boy who was covered with soot. The boy was wearing 2 pairs of pants and there were several female panties that fell out of his pockets.
It turned out that this boy was hiding behind the furniture or inside of the chimneys during the day and would walk around the palace during the nights. Sometimes he was hiding under the table during royal meetings and overheard their conversations. When the boy was hungry, he would simply take food from the kitchen and even washed his clothes in the laundry. The boy managed to live in the palace for one year. He was later caught in the palace 3 more times.