David Ross tore a 100 trillion Zimbabwean Dollar (0.33 US Dollars) bill in half.
Mike E. built a Dixie cup triangle using 136 cups.
As part of a Chef Michael's world record event held at PetFest in Bridgehampton, New York, 224 people gathered and set a new world record for Largest Dog-Friendly Communal Dining Experience.
RecordSetter officials Ella Morton and Dan Rollman were present to count the participants and announce the record.
Tom S. built an arrow consisting of 200 dominoes.
Isabella G. made a duct tape flower 59 inches in diameter.
Tape Triplets created a lollipop made entirely of duct tape measuring 31 inches in diameter.
Alexander P. has a collection of 125 energy drink cans.
Pablo L. built a pyramid using 550 Euro coins.
Bai Shun created a Facebook group that currently has 424,748 members.
NOTE: This is an evolving record. Please visit group page to see the current number of members.
Declan John has 72 felt-tip pens in his collection.
The Main Squeeze Orchestra, an accordiongroup six females,
played a polka song.
They set the record at a World Record Appreciation Society event
held at Littlefield in Brooklyn, New York. Dan Rollman and Corey
Henderson were present as witnesses.
Adam H. has a file that is 697 GB.
Carl Thomas Patrick caught a 31-pound, 39-inch Blue Catfish on July
30th; Andrew Thomas Pelphrey was named after him.
R. Priya of the ARJ College of Engineering and Technology in Mannargudi, India created a flower mosaic measuring 117 square meters.
She used a total of 1,657 kilograms of flowers and completed the mosaic in eight hours, 40 minutes with the concept "India Against Corruption".
Students and staff of the ARJ Group of Institutions in Mannargudi, India created a painting using footprints measuring 1,600 square meters.
They used a total of 1,115 liters of emulsion paints to create the painting with the message "Donate Blood, Save Life".
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