Guinness book reveals new records with the dog with the ear and the Mayan wave

Guinness book reveals new records with the dog with the ear and the Mayan wave

Have you ever wondered which dog has the longest ears in the world? Or who is the woman who can “jump rope” the longest using her hair? For the Guinness Book of Records, some record holders announced who will be in the 2022 edition of their famous book.

The 3-year-old American dog Lou is one of the stars to earn a space in the Book of Records. Its ears, which measure 34 cm from tip to base, are the largest of all.

The animal, a coonhound breed, lives with his mentor, Paige Olsen, 29, in Portland, Oregon (USA). Paige joked when she learned that the dog had invaded a space in the book.

Other animals immortalized in the post are the dog Lollipop and the cat Sashimi from Canada. They were considered the fastest animal duo on a motorcycle. The two completed a five-meter course in 4.37 seconds, the shortest time ever recorded for that distance.

Teacher Melissa Millett said she adopted her after her previous owners abandoned her. According to her, both the dog and the cat liked to ride the scooter alone. One day, to his surprise, they appeared together and broke a world record.

jump over hair

Ky Laetitia is a performance artist from Côte d’Ivoire, Africa. With thousands of followers on Instagram and TikTok, she is the record holder for “jumping out of her hair”. Using her long hair in a braid, tied from the ends like a rope, she was able to jump for 30 seconds without stopping.

Ky Laetitia, from Côte d’Ivoire, is the record holder for “jumping rope” wearing her hair.

Photo: reproduction / Guinness World Records

Andy Holt (USA) sets out to create an exclusive DC Comics Black Hawk costume that will captivate superhero fans. While creating an attractive costume, he also made history by creating the largest mechanical wings in a costume, measuring 5.84 meters from end to end.

Andy Holt is the record holder for the greatest mechanical wings in a costume - Play / Guinness World Records - Play / Guinness World Records

Andy Holt made history by creating the greatest mechanical wings in a costume

Photo: reproduction / Guinness World Records

Brazilian surfer among the record holders

Brazilian surfer Maya Gabera broke her own world record with the largest wave ever by a woman. She, who has already entered the record books in 2018 and 2020, Today you celebrate a new achievement. She entered the 2022 edition after riding a 22.4-meter wave.

The “Guinness Book of Records 2022” (GWR 2022) was released yesterday. Announcing the new release, the organizers said: “The pandemic has never stopped our experts, who have reliably brought together an action-packed collection of amazing humans, extraordinary animals, cutting-edge technology and natural wonders.”

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