Chanel Tapper – Longest Tongue
Measuring 3.8 inches (9.75 cm) from tip to top lip, full time student Chanel Tapper (21) from California, USA, has the world’s longest tongue.
Christine Walton – World’s longest fingernails
Christine’s nails, measuring 10ft 2in (309.8cm) on her left hand and 9ft 7in (292.1cm) on her right hand. The 45-year-old, who is also a talented singer who goes by the stage name “The Dutchess”, hasn’t cut her fingernails since 1990.
Aevin Dugas – World’s largest afro
Aevin Dugas a 36 year-old social worker from New Orleans, USA, is the proud owner of the largest natural afro in the world with a circumference measuring an incredible 4 ft. 4 in (1.32 m), which has taken over 12 years to grow.
Largest Collection of Daleks
British family man Rob Hull,49, from Doncaster (above) is recognised for having the largest collection of Daleks, 571 models strong. His incredible collection, which includes a 6ft life size replica model, is a product of 20 years of passionate (and costly!) collecting.
Most Dogs Skipping on a Rope
Uchida Geinousha’s ‘Super Wan Wan Circus’ based in Tsukuba City, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan, offers a unique act for its audience; the incredible sight of 13 dogs skipping on a rope.
Heaviest Living Woman
Pauline Potter, the new world record holder for the heaviest living woman says gaining the title will help spur her to a healthier life. The 47-year-old from Sacramento, California has been confirmed as weighing 291.6 kg (643 lbs) by Guinness World Records™. Pauline says her reason for getting in touch with Guinness World Records was to gain public attention for her situation, in the hope that an expert would see her story and want to help her lose weight
Black and Tan Coonhound named ‘Harbor’, aged 8, from Boulder, Colorado, USA, has earned a spot in the upcoming Guinness World Records 2012 Edition for having the Longest Ears on a Living Dog. Owned by Jennifer Wert, Harbor’s left and right ears measure 12.25 inches and 13.5 inches respectively
A huge crowd of adults and children gathered to sing the Pakistani national anthem, ‘Pak sar zameen’ at the stroke of midnight to celebrate the country’s 64th independence day. The Express Tribune has reported that the final figure was 5,857 people, enough to break the previous record of 5,248, set in 2009 by the Philippines, with participants are said to have celebrated into the night.