The world record of ‘largest hand of Man’ has been achieved by Mr. Liu Hua from Jiangsu, China.
Lui Hua’s left thumb measured 10.2 inches and his index finger measured close to 12 inches. His left thumb was 26 cm (10.5 inch) long; his index finger was 30 cm (12 inch) long and his middle one 15 cm (6 inch) long. The overall weight of his left arm was 10 kg (22 pounds).
Lui Hua a Chinese man who suffers from a rare condition known as macrodactyly. Surgeons undertook a seven-hour operation to reduce the size of Liu’s fingers and thumb. Doctors removed 11 pounds of flesh and bone in the procedure.
The World Record ‘largest cake sculpture’ has been achieved by Fairy Liquid from London, UK.
On November 30, 2014; largest cake sculpture measuring 12.17 m x 9.80 m x 41 cm (39 ft 11 in x 32 ft 2 in x 16.14 in) was made at Westfield Shopping Centre. The cake was distributed to 12,000 people to fund the NPO Make-A-Wish which supports children with life-threatening illnesses.
The World Record ‘largest mango sculpture’ has been achieved by Tourist department from northern Queensland, Australia.
This is made off with a 10 meter high, 10 tone mango replica. The Big Mango is a nod to the thriving fruit industry in Bowen and is one among the big things erected as tourist attractions across the country.
The World Record ‘longest row of books’ has been achieved by St. Paul Indore Alumni Association from Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India.
On December 22, 2014; Five Thousand Three (5003) books were arranged in a row at St. Paul Higher Secondary School, Indore to promote education.
The World Record of ‘biggest bat’ has been achieved by OSN Network from UAE.
OSN network; the sponsors of the UAE team for the World Cup, has produced a giant cricket bat which is Thirty Two (32) meters long and Four (4) meters wide. It is as tall as an 8 to 10 store building. The bat is weighing 950 kg and is nearly 32 times longer than a standard cricket bat.
The World Record of ‘narrowest umbrella’ has been achieved by the RainReadyPen.com from Unite States of America.
The Pen-brella is the world’s narrowest umbrella inside a writing pen. The pen-brella is small enough as a writing pen to fit in the pocket but big enough as an umbrella to shield a person from rain. It is 22 inches across to cover a person’s head and shoulders, keeping the user dry during a sudden rain.
The World Record of creating ‘largest soap carpet’ has been achieved by Kiboko Enterprises Ltd from Munyonyo, Uganda.
The Kiboko Enterprises Ltd created the largest soap carpet of 1,855.23 sq m (87.1×21.3 m) at Speke Resort, Munyonyo. The largest soap carpet consisted of Two Hundred Fifty Two Thousand Three Hundred Ten (252310) bars of antibacterial soap.
The world record ‘largest building by floor space’ has been achieved by New Century Global Center from Chengdu, Sichuan, China.
It is is a multipurpose building in the Tianfu New Area of Sichuan, China. The 100-metre-tall (330 ft) structure is 500 by 400 metres (1,600 by 1,300 ft) in size with 1,700,000 square metres (18,000,000 sq ft) of floor space. Nearly 400,000 square metres (4,300,000 sq ft) of the building is devoted to shopping. It also houses offices, conference rooms, a university complex, two commercial centres, hotels, an IMAX cinema, a Mediterranean village, a pirate ship and skating rink. The centrepiece of the building is a water park, containing a 54,000 sq ft artificial beach. It has been developed by Entertainment and Travel Group (ETG).
The world record of the ‘highest waterfall’ has been achieved by the ‘Angel Falls’ from Canaima National Park, Guiana Highlands, Bolívar, Venezuela.
The falls sit on the Churú River; with a height of 979 m (3,212 ft). Angel Falls has also been called by indigenous name Kerepakupai Merú.
The world record of creating ‘most powerful electric motorcycle’ has been achieved by The Voxan Wattman electric motorcycle from Rue du Gabian, Monaco.
The Voxan Wattman electric motorcycle, with 150 kW (200 hp) of power at full tilt, can pull the 350 kg (770 lb) bike from 0 to 160 km/h (0-100 mph) in 5.9 seconds, and has a top speed of 170 km/h (106 mph). Voxan estimates a fully-charged Wattman will have a practical range of 180 km (112 miles), based on the NEDC (New European Driving Cycle) standard.