Guinness Book of World Records announces new records for 2024
The records that will enter the Guinness Book of World Records have been announced. Among the new record holders are the “world’s tallest ox” and “giant teddy bear collection”.
The new record holders of the GuinnessBook of World Records have been announced. Several records that will be included in the Guinness Book of WorldRecords 2024, which includes interesting record attempts, have been announced.
The new edition of the record book includes 2638 records. 80 percent of the records are new and updated records.
In Massachusetts, USA, a 13-year-old ox named Tommy became the “world’s tallest ox”. Tommy is fed 13 kilograms of dry grain and 31 kilograms of hay every day. He consumes 114-151 liters of water a day.
American Nicholas Cherrywood broke the record of having the “world’s largest teddy bear collection”. The collection consists of 1234 pieces.
Tom Enoch, an 18-year-old with Down syndrome, broke 24 fitness records.
In California, 14-year-old Amir Menendez became the “boy with the longest afro”.
Simeon Graham, 15, from Birmingham, broke a Guinness World Record by juggling 5-7 objects in one minute.