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Pictures: It's Guinness World Records day
15 November 2012
Last updated at 14:04
A whole host of weird and wonderful records being broken today for Guinness World Records day. We'll add more pics as we get them.
Guinness World Records are having a worldwide day of record breaking! Tone Staubs in the USA broke the record for the most pogo stick jumps in one minute with 265 jumps.
Calling all chocolate lovers! It's the largest chocolate coin - weighing 658kg and measuring almost 2 metres in diameter, it was created by these chocolatiers in Italy.
In Australia the record for the longest note played on a didgeridoo was broken. The note lasted 65.66 seconds and was achieved by 15-year-old Lachlan.
An amazing 2,639 women got together in India to break the record for the largest kaikottikali dance. Kaikottikali is a famous group-dance in the area of Kerala in India.
Here in the UK, the record for the most people crammed in a Mini car was broken - 28 people managed to squash their way in, arghhh!
In Japan, Kenichi Ito broke the record for the fastest 100m run on all fours! His time was 17.47 seconds. Kenichi uses all fours at home everyday as part of his training and his running style is based on a monkeys, which he studies.
Usually toothbrushes are used for brushing teeth, but not here... Michael from Germany has broken the record for the longest time someone has spun a basketball on a toothbrush! He spun it for an impressive 26.078 seconds.
Children in America, Germany, the UK and Japan took part in a record attempt for the largest toy construction lesson (in multiple venues). In total 287 kids got involved including these pupils in Manchester.