Guinness World Records 2014
The first edition of the "Guinness World Records" came out in 1955, almost immediately skyrocketed to the top of the British bestseller list. Today, the book is published in more than 100 countries, in more than 23 languages.
The latest book in the series - "Guinness World Records 2014". On some records we now describe.
The most high chair
Easy chair, 30 meters high.
The highest "grasshopper"
Grasshopper, also known as pogo stick - a device for making jumps, consisting of springs, handles, pedals and the main platform. American Fred Grzibovski presented his version of the nearly 3-meter "grasshopper" (2 meters 90 cm) at the International Festival in Toronto, and this has earned the right to get into the Guinness World Records 2014. (Photo by James Ellerker | Guinness World Records):
The smallest dog
The world's smallest dog - a chihuahua named Millie from Puerto Rico. Its size - only 9.65 cm in height. (Photo: PA):
The largest collection of vacuum cleaners
33-year-old James Brown of Nottingham, UK opened his own museum of vacuum cleaners. In his collection as much as 322 different models. (Photo: PA):
The maximum distance traveled by a goat on a skateboard, is 36 meters in 25 seconds. The result is entered in the Guinness Book of Records in 2014. (Photo: PA):
on the twine roller
Limbo-skating addicted to a growing number of children in India. The task of the roller - the splits and then sprawled form rolled under very low obstacles. 7-year-old Rohan Kokan won the Guinness record in 2014: he drove 10 yards on roller skates at a height of just 25 cm from the ground. (Photo: PA):
The largest collection of "Star Wars"
Steve Sansweet from California gathered an impressive collection of 300,000 unique items dedicated to the movie "Star voyy". (Photo by Ryan Schude | Guinness World Records):
The most flexible
Leilani Franco from the Philippines is so flexible that it is the holder of several records. (Photo by Ranald Mackechnie | Guinness World Records):
For example, it was 20 meters, caved in the rear axle (gymnastic term) in just 10.05 seconds. The position of the rear axle suggests that the hands and feet on the floor, and the back is completely caved in. (Photo: PA):
The largest number of body modifications of the couple
Victor Hugo Peralta from Uruguay and his wife Gabriela Peralta of Argentina can boast 77 modifications of their bodies, including 50 piercings and 11 natelnyh implants, dental implants 5, 4 expander ears, 2 bolts in the ears. (Photo by Javier Pierini | Guinness World Records):
The smallest donkey
Meet, is the world's smallest donkey whose height is only 64 cm to the top of the withers. (Photo by James Ellerker | Guinness World Reco):
The smallest car in the world
The smallest car in the world has a size of 63.5 cm in height, 65.41 cm wide and 126.47 cm in length. It was created by Austin Coulson inventor from Texas and run-in with his girlfriend. (Photo by James Ellerker | Guinness World Records):
The longest female beard
The longest female beard belongs to Vivian Wheeler from the United States. Its length is 25.5 cm (Photo by James Ellerker | Guinness World Records).:
The world's largest motorcycle
Fabio Reggiani from Italy built the world's largest motorcycle height of 5.10 meters (from the ground to the top of the steering wheel). This is 6 times more than a normal bike. This giant weighs about 5 tons. (Photo by Richard Bradbury | Guinness World Records):
Dog tightrope walker
Border Collie Ozzy from England holds the record for the fastest tightrope walking among dogs. 3/5 meter rope dog overcome in just 18.22 seconds. (Photo by Paul Michael Hughes | Guinness World Records):
The fastest running in heels
Julia Plecher from Germany ran the 100m in high heels for 14.5 seconds. (Photo by Richard Bradbury | Guinness World Records):
The world's largest cat
Liger Hercules, which is a hybrid of a lion and a tigress lives Wildlife Refuge in South Carolina. Cat weighs 418 kg at 3.3 meters height. (Photo Jamers Ellerker | Guinness World Records):
The largest bike
The diameter of a bicycle wheel is 3.2 meters. He created Didi Zenftom from Germany, which is the famous jumping in devil costume super-fan of the Tour de France. (Photo by Richard Bradbury | Guinness World Records):
The largest walking robot
The German company Zollner Elektronik has created the largest walking robot in the world. Dragon of the Guinness Book of Records in 2014 has dimensions: length - 15.7 m, width - 12.3 meters, height - 8.2 m. (Photo by Richard Bradbury | Guinness World Records):