eared dog and animal scooter; The most intriguing Guinness World Records 2022

eared dog and animal scooter;  The most intriguing Guinness World Records 2022

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The Guinness Book of World Records, a book that records major world records, released this Thursday (16) some of the highlights that will be part of the 2022 edition. The publication will be out on October 15. Are you curious? Check out some of these achievements in the gallery above.

As usual, the 2022 edition brings impressive records from the animal world, as well as people who are very tall and short, and great achievements, such as the fastest 30-meter race in the world, however, with the use of hands to push.

The dog duo Lollipop and the cat Sashimi showed off their scooters. According to animal educator Melissa Millett, they usually roam indoors, and they surprised her with such synchronicity.

Their record does not see you as gravity, but rather to complete the 5m course in 4.37 seconds.

Another animal that caught the eye was the 3-year-old dog Lu. According to the publication, her brand has the longest ears in the world, 34 cm.

Twin sisters Katrina and Elizabeth, from Germany, entered the Guinness Book of World Records as the oldest dwarf twins, at 27 years old.

Also in terms of size, the 2022 edition features the world’s tallest living teenager, Canadian Olivier Rio, with a height of 226.9 cm. Indian Pratik Mohite brings the brand to the youngest competing bodybuilder in the world, whose height is 102 centimeters.

In terms of speed, editing brings some different heroic feats. British gymnast Bethany Lodge, 28, broke the record for the fastest backward somersault in 30 seconds.

A record-breaking artist makes sculptures of her hair Letitia Kee, from Côte d’Ivoire, jumped a rope made of her hair for 30 seconds.

Born with Caudal Rebound Syndrome, American Zion Clark was introduced to wrestling in middle school and became a professional in high school. Clark is part of the Guinness World Records 2022 for fastest 20 meters with his hands – recording an impressive time of 4.78 seconds.

His current goal is to become the first American athlete to compete in the Olympics (wrestling) and the Paralympics (wheelchair racing) by 2024.

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