These 768 Croats create the biggest human smiley on Zagreb main square, breaking the previous record of 551 that was set in Latvia.
This is what the website said:
Gustave is a large male Nile crocodile living in Burundi. In 2004 he was estimated to be 60 years old, 20 feet (6.1 m) in length and to weigh around 1 ton, making him the largest confirmed crocodile ever seen in …….. According to a popular local warning, he is said to hunt and leave his victims’ corpses uneaten.
However, this is from wikipedia: Gustave (crocodile) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Since they could never capture Gustave: “Gustave was named by Patrice Faye, a French resident of Burundi and self-taught naturalist who has been pursuing the crocodile since 1998. Faye and a documentary team attempted to capture Gustave in 2002 using an enormous trap, but the crocodile not only avoided it, but seemed to taunt the team as well. The ill-fated attempt was detailed in a documentary titled Capturing the Killer Croc, which aired on PBS in May 2004.“
Another site claims the croc is Cassius Clay (18′ gator). The Coming Crisis: Cassius Clay – the world’s biggest captive crocodile – 15th Sept 2011
If you want to see a real deal 20 foot crocodile go to Myrtle Beach, SC Alligator Adventure, Myrtle Beach, Largest Crocodile in USA
This is “Utan” the largest crocodile in USA, born in 1964 in Thailand, now his weight is about one ton (2000 pounds) and he is 20 feet long.
2,496 people spin their hula hoops simultaneously to set a new world record in Taipei City, Taiwan.
Moose knuckle..aka the ninja boot.
The Fuji-Q Highland is an amusement park in Japan that just added a very special new attraction: the world’s steepest roller coaster. The so-called Takabisha accelerates to 100 km/h, has a 43m drop and a 121-degree freefall. The Japanese roller coaster beat the former record holder, the Le Timber Drop in France, which measures “just” 113.1 degrees. Fuji Q Highland invested $37 million in the development of the Takabisha. One ride takes 112 seconds and costs $12.50.
Marie (L) and Gabrielle (R) Vaudremer, a pair of 101-year-old Belgian twins, celebrate their birthday at the Chateau Sous-Bois retirement home in Spa October 2, 2011. Marie and Gabrielle were born in 1910 and are the world’s oldest pair of twin sisters, according to the Guinness World Records.
26 peeps in a mini. Why?
105 Hula Hoops at one time.
Longest legs and smallest person all in one photo.
Most t-shirts worn at one time: 121
David Alexander wore 121 t-shirts to break the world’s record of most t-shirts worn at one time! Alexander, who weighs 210 pounds shirtless, tipped the scale at 285 pounds in full garb.
1,016 Piercings in One Sitting
Robison, a Marseilles resident who graduated from Ottawa Township High School, originally planned to get 1,000 piercings, 400 more than the 600 that Kam Ma of Britain got in one sitting in 2002.
World’s Tallest Chocolate Skyscraper
Somebody get NOLA mayor Ray Nagins on the phone. I found the key piece to his chocolate city.
World’s Tallest Chocolate Skyscraper
Pastry chef Alain Roby got into Guiness World Records by making the world’s tallest chocolate skyscraper: a 20-foot, 8-inch tall skyscraper made with a dark chocolate infrastructure and white chocolate windows.
World’s Largest Rubber Band Ball
Steve Milton of Eugene, Oregon, created this 4594-pound rubber band ball by using more than 175,000 rubber bands. It was certified as the world’s largest by Guinness World Records officials during a weigh-in Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2006, in Chicago.
The above records are from 10 Most Bizarre World Records – Oddee.com (world longest fingernails, most t shirts…) It’s a very cool site. I highly suggest you check it out.