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Shortest married couple. Guinness World Records

The shortest married couple are Paulo Gabriel da Silva Barros (Brazil) and Katyucia Lie Hoshino (Brazil), measuring a combined height of 181.41 cm (71.42 in) verified in Itapeva, São Paulo,…

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Longest legs - female. Guinness World Records

The longest legs (female) belong to Maci Currin (USA) and measure 135.267 cm (53.255 in) for the left leg and 134.3 cm (52.874 in) for the right leg, as measured in Cedar Park, Texas, USA, on 21…

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Largest mouth gape. Guinness World Records

The largest gape belongs to Phillip Angus (USA) and measures 9.52 cm (3.75 in), as verified in Boyertown, Pennsylvania, USA, on 5 November 2019.

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Shortest man living - mobile. Guinness World Records

The shortest man living (mobile) is Edward Niño Hernandez (Colombia, b. 10 May 1986), who measured 72.1 cm (2 ft 4.38 in) tall, in Bogotá, Colombia, on 29 February 2020.

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Longest hair on a teenager. Guinness World Records

The longest hair on a teenager is 190 cm (6 ft 2.8 in) and was achieved by Nilanshi Patel (India), in Modasa, India on 22 September 2019.

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Oldest tapir in captivity. Guinness World Records

The oldest tapir in captivity is Kingut (b. 27 January 1978), a Malayan tapir (<em>Tapirus indicus</em>) aged 41 years 45 days old, at Port Lympne Hotel & Reserve, in Lympne, Kent,…

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Oldest sloth in captivity - living. Guinness World Records

A Linne’s two-toed sloth (<em>Choloepus didactylus</em>) named Paula has resided at Halle Zoo in Germany since 25 September 1971 – a period of 48 years 16 days as of 11…

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Largest reptile zoo. Guinness World Records

The world's largest reptile zoo is Reptile Gardens, just outside Rapid City in South Dakota, USA. As of January 2013, it houses more than 225 different reptilian species and subspecies, which is…

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Oldest living penguin in captivity. Guinness World Records

A female gentoo penguin (<em>Pygoscelis papua</em>) called Olde ("Great-granny" in Danish) was hatched on 16 May 1979 at Edinburgh Zoo in Scotland, UK, before being transferred…

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Slowest chelonian - 15-11-2014 Guinness World Records

In a 'speed' test carried out in the Seychelles a male giant tortoise (<em>Geochelone gigantea</em>) could only cover 4.57 m (14 ft 11 in) in 43.5 sec (0.37 km/h / 0.23 mph),…

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Slimmest lizard - 15-11-2014 Guinness World Records

The world’s slimmest lizard is the Australian legless snake lizard (Lialis burtoni), which can measure more than 50 cm (20 in) long, but at its mid-body is no thicker than a pencil.

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Tallest living animal. Guinness World Records

The tallest living animal is the giraffe (<em>Giraffa camelopardalis</em>), found in the dry savannah and open woodland areas of sub-Saharan Africa. An adult male giraffe typically…

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Largest rodent - 15-11-2014 Guinness World Records

The capybara or carpincho (Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris) of Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay, has a head and body length of 1&#8211;1.3m (3 ft 3 in&#8211;4 ft 3 in) and weighs up to 79 kg (174 lb).

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Fastest mammal on land - over short distances - 25-02-1999. Guinness World Records

The fastest mammal on land is the cheetah (<em>Acinonyx jubatus</em>). When measured over a short distance the cheetah can maintain a steady maximum speed of approximately 100km/h (62…

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Most venomous snake - 23_11_2014 Guinness World Records

Australia's most venomous snake is the Australian taipan (Oxyuranus scutellatus), the largest member of the cobra family in Australia. Reaching 3.3 m (nearly 11 ft) in length, it is found in…

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Most dangerous lizard - 15-11-2014. Guiness World Records

The Gila monster (Heloderma suspectum) is a large, up to 60 centimeters (24 inches), heavy-built, brightly colored lizard that lives in the arid parts of Mexico and the south-western USA. They have…

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