Guinness World Records also known as The Guinness Book of Records is a reference book published annually by Guinness World Records Limited, the company was formed in 1954 to publish the first book. Their book contains a collection of world records for both human achievements and the extremes of the natural world. The Guinness Records Book placed a world record itself as the best-selling copyrighted series of all-time. It is also one of the most stolen books in the United States public libraries.
These are just some of the new entries in the Guinness Book Of World Records 2011...
Longest Tongue Of A Dog:
A Pekingese named Puggy was declared to have the longest tongue in the new Guinness World Records 2011. Its tongue measures 11.43 cm.
Measured at 24ft, fluffy the reticulated python, which lives in Columbus Zoo and aquarium, Ohio, U.S. is recognised as the longest living snake in captivity.
Fastest Time To Pop 100 Balloons By A Dog:
Fastest Time To Pop 100 Balloons By A Dog: Jack Russell terrier Anastasia did this in 44.49 secs on a U.S. TV show.
The smallest cow in the new Guinness World Records 2011 is Swallow from Yorkshire. Owned by Martyn and Caroline Ryder, this 11-year-old cow is 85 cm tall.
Largest Smurf Collection:
Stephen Parkes has 1,061 in total, including Christmas smurfs and historical figures.
Most Bottles Recycled By A Dog:
Tubby has recycled 26,000 plastic bottles by giving them to his owner Sandra Gilmore.
Heaviest Plane Pulled:
Kevin Fast pulled a 188.83 tonne CC-177 Globemaster III a staggering 28ft at Canadian Forces Base, Ontario.
The smallest horse
Einstein, born at Tiz Miniature Horse Farm in Barnstead, is regarded to be the world's smallest horse. When he was three months old, he was just 35 cm high and weighed 2.7 kg.
Darius, a 4 ft., 3 in. Flemish giant rabbit, holds this tall title. The big guy lives in the U.K. with mom Annette Edwards — and presumably some shorter pals.