Thursday, September 10, 2015

GALLERY: weird and spectacular animals steal the exhibit for new Guinness World records

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Bertie is the quickest tortoise alive
The annual checklist of international list-breaking feats is dominated with the aid of some jaw-dropping exploits from the animal kingdom.
Guinness World statistics Editor-in-Chief Craig Glenday noted: “The 2016 edition elements an extraordinary mixture of proficient family unit pets and barnyard behemoths from world wide."

linked articles One Durham tortoise has left his competitors in the dirt through being topped the quickest the area has ever considered.
The speeding tortoise named 'Bertie', from adventure Valley, Brasside, runs around 0.6 miles per hour.

This feat ability that Bertie, twice as quick because the ordinary tortoise, might finish a 100m race in exactly six minutes.
youngsters he may additionally now not be competing with Usain Bolt every time soon, Bertie is content in his "luxurious enclosure along with his female friend Shelly" with a number of his normal snack - strawberries.

proprietor Marco Calzini talked about: "To be within the booklet is a dream come true, a enormous success!” one other adventurous success noticed a dog break his own listing for the most balls caught in precisely one minute.

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Purin the pup can also skateboard and pass rope
Purin the jap beagle caught 14 balls with his paws, breaking his previous listing of eleven.
although, the multi-proficient pooch is not a stranger to weird accomplishments.
Purin can also skateboard, walk on two legs and skip rope.
Her owner, Makoto Kumagai, spoke of of the cherished pet: “Purin is calm, satisfied and all the time desperate to play.

"She’s scared when round bigger canines, however due to the fact she lives with a cat, is extra comfortable with animals her own measurement.”
the area checklist judges also met a furry rabbit in determined want of a haircut.

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Franchesca the rabbit is regularly mistaken for a dog
An English Angora rabbit named Franchesca has made her way onto the annual listing with the longest fur ever considered on a rabbit.

The bunny from California is frequently unsuitable for a dog with its fur that reaches over 36.5cm.
It is not only animals who are taking the entire limelight - people have damaged a couple of information this 12 months too.
Vijay Kumar, a 27-12 months-historical from Bangalore, India, can be smiling large at the newest annual list.

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Vijay Kumar has extra enamel than every other recorded human
Mr Kumar has the most tooth of any human recorded, with a whopping 37 lining his mouth.
Mr Kumar has five greater teeth than the general human and he's estastic to be identified for his chompers