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This year's edition, the 62nd, is crammed full of more than 4,000 fabulous feats. Editor-in-chief Craig Glenday says: 'There's something in here for everyone, from space travel... to human bodies.'
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1. An airplane crashed into the Empire State Building in 1945. Among other damages, plane parts severed the cables for an elevator and the woman (Betty Lou Oliver) inside fell over 70 stories. She lived and holds the world record for the longest survived elevator fall.
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There's nothing like plunging in headfirst if you enjoy high-adrenaline sports such as sky-diving. Which is just what this group of 108 daredevils did as they set about breaking a record in the skies above America.
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Home to 8 Guinness World Records, this little town has some BIG things going on.
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From rolling on exercise balls to a freezing cold mile-long swim, this episode of Overtime has it all!► Click HERE to subscribe to Dude Perfect! http://bit.l...
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1. When the Arctic Monkeys started their band, none of them could play instruments.
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Julia Gnuse - nicknamed the 'illustrated lady' - has 95 per cent of her body covered in ink, ranging from jungle scenes and cartoons to her favourite actors.
Russia's Svetlana Pankratova stands atop the planet's longest pair of legs, and China's He Pingping has the shortest
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Brazilian surfer Rodrigo Koxa surfed a record-setting 80-foot wave in November 2017 off the coast of Nazaré, Portugal. The 38-year-old is the official world record-holder for riding the biggest wave ever. #nature #waves #ocean #portugal #travel
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During our trip we visited Byodo-In Temple in the Valley of the Temples, surrounded by lush green mountains. This temple is so picturesque! A closeup of a plant that seems more at home in the ocean…
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