Record-breaking animals steal the show
A sprinting tortoise, a coordinated canine, a set of barnyard dynamos, and the furriest rabbit around have made their way into the new Guinness Book of World Records. After researching and scouting the animal kingdom for over a year, the global authority on record-breaking achievement announced the new pet and animal records for the 2016 edition.
"Pet records are some of the most popular Guinness World Records titles, and readers can't wait to see the jaw-dropping new animal exploits year after year," says editor-in-chief Craig Glenday. "The 2016 edition features an impressive mix of talented household pets and barnyard behemoths from around the world.”
Check out animal achievements and more at this link or in the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS 2016 edition, available now where books are sold.