The Guinness World Record is a fascinating publication that has been inspiring people to achieve the impossible for years. While the criteria for making it into the book have evolved over time, it’s still an incredible feat to become a record holder. Nowadays, anyone – regardless of age, species, or skill – can submit an application to demonstrate their abilities and potentially make it into the record books. Here are some examples of amazing record holders that have already earned their place in history:
Selena Gomez holds the record for the largest number of people following a female Instagram accounts with 408 million subscribers.
Food bloggers Nick DiGiovanni and Lynn Davis created the world’s largest cake pop, which weighed over 44 kilograms.
A statue of Ultraman Zero, wearing the iconic red and blue battle suit, was erected for a concert and weighed 3.8 tons with a height of a four-story building.
Jeff Reitz, a California resident, broke the record for most consecutive days visiting Disneyland with eight years, three months, and 13 days.
The Victoria Boliviana water lily holds the record for its massive size, which can reach up to 3.2 meters.
Hairstylist Dani Hisuani created the world’s tallest hairstyle, which was 2.90 meters high.
Indian Anthony Victor holds the record for the longest hair growing from ears, which reaches 18.1 centimetres.
Blossom, the tallest cow in the world, stands at the height of 1.9 meters.
Mehmet Ozyurek from Turkey is the owner of the longest nose in the world at 8.8 centimetres.
Romulus, the tallest donkey in the world, stands at the height of 172 centimetres.
Farmer Aaron Shemoel grew the world’s heaviest lemon, which weighed 5.265 kilograms.
Pizza Hut made the world’s largest pizza, which took three days to prepare and used more than six tons of dough, four tons of cheese, and over 630,000 pieces of pepperoni.
Francesca, a two-year-old English Angora rabbit, holds the record for having the longest fur on a rabbit, measuring 36.5 centimetres.
Asha Mandela from the USA has the longest hair in the world, which measures 33.5 meters and has taken over 40 years to grow.
The world’s largest dress cake was made in Switzerland and weighed 131.15 kilograms.