Guinness World Records

The Guinness Book of Records was founded in 1955 and was renamed Guinness World Records in 2000. It keeps track of world records of human achievements, however bizarre, and the extremes of the natural world. Guinness World Records has set a record in its own right: it is the world’s bestselling copyrighted book selling more than 100 million copies. Each month Guinness World Records releases on YouTube the best new records of the month. Hot off the press here are the best of September 2020, released on October 1st.

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