16 Facts That Are Hard To Believe... Do Not Miss Them! 

Friends, don't dare to miss these facts!

16 Facts That Are Hard To Believe... Do Not Miss Them! 
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Sometimes we assume that we know everything or at least know some of the most popular things occurring in the world. But as we know, the world is a strange place and houses to many strange, beautiful, lame, funny, dangerous things.

For example, who knew that the Scottish people made so many calculations and researchers in choosing their national symbol.

Strange isn't it? I'm going to share the most strange and unbelievable facts which will make you doubt their existence.  

Do you know why is 'Unicorn' the national symbol of Scotland?

Do you know why is 'Unicorn' the national symbol of Scotland?

After the English have adopted their national symbol as 'Lion', the Scottish researchers found that the unicorn is the natural enemy of the lion. 

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2. Wow! 

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Russia is such a big country that it becomes the only country to separate Finland and North Korea. 

3. Seriously? 

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Did you know that there was sufficient space between the earth and the moon that it can fit every other planet in between them? 

4. OMG!

4. OMG!
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Lichtenberg figures can actually appear on someone's body if lightning hits them.

5. Before you strain your brain much, this picture shows the 'human alarm clocks'.

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Before alarm clocks existed people in Britain would hire people to wake them up in the morning. Those people would make noises or knock the window by long sticks and earned their living by doing this. 

6. Can whispering in your friend's ear be illegal? 

6. Can whispering in your friend's ear be illegal? 
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Not really, but yes if you are hunting a moose in Alaska.


7. Is it for real?

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A 6-year-old boy had applied for the post of director in National Railway Museum in New York. And he was appointed as 'Director of Fun'. 

8. When the Brooklyn Bridge was opened in 1883, the scream of a woman who was falling down set off a stampede. 

8. When the Brooklyn Bridge was opened in 1883, the scream of a woman who was falling down set off a stampede. 
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All the people were panicked worrying the great bridge was falling down and in that chaos around 12 of them died. 

9. Mourners collected the tears of the upper-class people in the Victorian era. 

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They collected the tears until they evaporated and it was then considered over. 

10. The smell of fart is actually good for health and can prevent you from cancer and heart strokes.

10. The smell of fart is actually good for health and can prevent you from cancer and heart strokes.
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Isn't it amazing!

11. Cruel truth!

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A company known as 'Extreme Kidnapping' kidnaps its customers for a nominal fee and torture them like hell. 

12. There was a point in 2011 when Apple had more money than the entire US government. 

12. There was a point in 2011 when Apple had more money than the entire US government. 
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OMG, it's really shocking.

13. In 2008 Norwegian knighted a penguin named Nils Olav.  

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Apart from this, the Penguin had already been named as an 'Honorary Colonel-In-Chief' of the Norwegian king's guard.


14. Rats laugh when they are tickled but unfortunately cannot be heard by the human ear.

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Is it so?

15. An artistic event was held in Ukraine, where 5 beautiful women closed their eyes and laid down. Then what?  

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Men were invited to come and kiss women, and if the woman opened her eyes, she had to marry the man who was kissing her. 

16. Do you know why does Israel postal service has a department named 'Letters to God'?

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Because so many people sent letters to Jerusalem addressing to 'God' and so they had to open a department for the same.