'Biggest and Smallest'

Largest Chocolate Truffle Mosaic

Posted by admin 27 Jul 2015 Comments Off

The World Record of ‘largest chocolate truffle mosaic’ has been achieved by Minilicious from Dubai, UAE.

Largest chocolate truffle mosaic was made using over 360,000 chocolate truffles to recreate the logo of the Dubai Expo 2020, Sara Rashed Al Sanqiti, owner of Minilicious, worked with Dubai World Hospitality and Dobla to create this new world record.

Tallest Ox

Posted by admin 27 Jul 2015 Comments Off

The World Record of ‘tallest ox’ has been achieved by Bellino from Rome, Italy.

Bellino; a chianina ox is owned by Mr. Giuseppe Sola. The height of the ox is measured 2.027 m (6 ft 7 in).

Largest Nest of Bird

Posted by admin 24 Jul 2015 Comments Off

The World Record of largest nest of bird has been achieved by mallee fowl (Leipoa ocellata) from Australia.

It was measured to 4.57 m (15 ft) in height and 10.6 m (35 ft) across, and it has been calculated that a nest site is supposed to involve the mounding of 249 m³ (8,793 ft³) of material weighing 300 tonnes (661,386 lb).

Largest Blue Nemophilias Flower Garden

Posted by admin 14 Jul 2015 Comments Off

The World Record of ‘largest blue Nemophilias flower garden’ has been achieved by Hitachi Seaside Park from Hitachinaka, Ibaraki prefecture, Japan.

The park is famous for its blue Nemophilias. These Nemophilia are the annual flowers with transparent blue petals. More than 4.5 million blue Nemophilias bloom spreading the park in the spring season. The two hills are covered with numerous blue flowers in the month of May. The park covers an area of 3.5 hectares which is covered around flowers. The Hitachi Seaside Park is known for its seasonal flowers- Daffodils and Tulips in the month of spring, Nemophilia and Rose in early summer and Kochia, cosmos blossomed in the autumn.

Smallest Fox

Posted by admin 13 Jul 2015 Comments Off

The World Record of ‘smallest fox’ has been achieved by the fennec fox from Sahara, North Africa.

The fennec fox weighs about 1.5–3.5 lb (0.68–1.59 kg), with a body length of between 24–41 cm (9–16 in); it is around 20.3 cm (8 in) tall. The tail has a black tip and is 18–31 cm (7–12 in) long, while the ears can be between 10–15 cm (3.9–5.9 in) long.

Smallest Cricket Bat

Posted by admin 12 Jul 2015 Comments Off

The World Record of ‘smallest cricket bat’ has been achieved by Mr. Jitendra Rajput from Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India.

On January 25, 2015; Mr. Rajput has made a cricket bat with dimensions of 9 mm x 2 mm.

Smallest Rodent

Posted by admin 05 Jul 2015 Comments Off

The World Record of ‘smallest rodent’ has been achieved by the Baluchistan pygmy jerboa (Salpingotulus michaelis) from Pakistan.

The Baluchistan pygmy jerboa, or the dwarf three-toed jerboa is the only species in the genus Salpingotulus. Adults average only 4.4 cm (1.7 in) in head and body length, with the tail averaging 8 cm (3.1 in). Adult females weigh 3.75 g (0.132 oz).

Tallest Fountain

Posted by admin 13 Jun 2015 Comments Off

The World record of ‘tallest fountain’ has been achieved by King Fahd’s Fountain from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

It is also known as the Jeddah Fountain. The fountain jets water to a maximum height of 1,024 feet (312 m) above the Red Sea. The fountain is visible throughout the entire vicinity of Jeddah. The water it ejects can reach a speed of 375 kilometers (233 mi) per hour and its airborne mass can exceed 18 short tons (16,000 kg). It uses over 500 spotlights to illuminate the fountain at night.

Tallest Hotel

Posted by admin 08 Jun 2015 Comments Off

The World Record of the tallest hotel has been achieved by JW Marriott Marquis Dubai Hotel from Dubai.

Its height is 355 meters (1,164 feet). It is a 72-story building which has 1,608 rooms.

Longest Variety Show

Posted by admin 06 Jun 2015 Comments Off

The World Record of ‘longest variety show’ has been jointly achieved by Ranjini Kalakendra and Sri Sankara TV from Bengaluru, Karnataka, India.

During February 06-10, 2015; Ranjini Kalakendra organized the show which lasted for 97 hours 26 minutes.