The quickest winged animal is the peregrine hawk. It can fly at a velocity of 168-217 miles for each hour.
Hans Langseth had the longest facial hair at a record length of 17 1/2 feet long! When he passed on, his facial hair was given to the Smithsonian Organization.
The deadliest infection was the pneumonia type of the Dark Demise of 1347-1351. It had passing rate of 100%.
The biggest egg laid by a living feathered creature is that of the North African Ostrich. It is 6 to 8 inches long and 4 to 6 inches in breadth. The littlest is that of the hummingbird. It is under 0.39 inches in distance across.
The most sultry landmass on earth is Africa, where a record high of 136.4 degrees F was once recorded.
Antarctica is the coldest mainland on earth, where a temperature of 126.9 degrees F beneath zero was once recorded. Chicago is home to three of the five tallest structures on the planet is the Burns Tower, Standard Oil Building, and John Hancock Center.
The most sizzling spot on earth is in Dallol, Ethiopia, which is a sizzling 94 degrees in the shade on a run of the mill day!
Heavenly attendant Falls in Venezuela is 20 times taller than Niagara Falls.
The blue whale is the biggest creature that ever lived (it could achieve 100 feet long and weight up to 150 tons!)
Shrink Chamberlain scored 100 focuses in a ball game in 1962, when he played for the Philadelphia Warriors.
The longest episode of hiccups kept going 69 years!
The longest conga to this date included 119,986 individuals.
The littlest feline is the Singaporeans and weighs just 4 pounds.
The longest film made endures 85 hours and is fittingly titled “The Cure for Sleep deprivation.”
Mount Everest is the tallest mountain on the planet, standing 29,028 feet high.
Did you realize that there is a world record for perceiving how often you can endeavor a world record?!
The littlest pooch recorded was a Yorkie and was just 4 inches tall. The greatest canine weighed 344 pounds-more than two full developed men!
The biggest infant to be conceived so far tipped the scales at 15 pounds, 5 ounces!
The longest recorded flight of a chicken is thirteen seconds.