Fattest woman in the world

Eman Ahmed, termed the heaviest women in the world, landed in Mumbai on Saturday for weight reduction treatment.

World's Longest Moustache - Longest beard in the world

Ram Singh Chauhan (india) has the longest moustache in the world at 14ft (4.29m). Below is a picture of Ram and his amazing facial hair.

World’s biggest crocodile in Philippines

A small Philippine town on the southern island of Mindanao has laid claim to capturing the world’s largest crocodile, measured at 21 feet by Australian zoologist Adam Britton.

World's dirtiest man

Amou Haji, an 80-year-old Iranian, is being called the world's dirtiest man. In an article published Jan. 6, he told the Tehran Times that he hasn't bathed in 60 years.

World's biggest arms

The world's largest biceps belong to Mostafa Ismail (Egypt) and were measured for left arm flexed at 64.77 cm (25.5 in) and non-flexed 62.23 cm (24.5 in) and for right arm flexed at 63.5 cm (25 in) and non-flexed 60.96 cm (24 in).

World's smallest dog - World's tiniest puppy 2012

World's tiniest dog - world's tiniest puppy 2012

A puppy named after pop star Beyonce could set the world's record for tiniest dog.

Animal rescuers in Northern California claim that the female Dachshund mix was so small at birth that she could fit into a spoon.

Beyonce was born without a heartbeat.

Vets managed to revive her through chest compressions and mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.

At two weeks, she's now the size of a business card, the Mirror reported.

The Grace Foundation, based in El Dorado County, revealed that animal control picked up Beyonce's pregnant mother, and she gave birth to a litter of five on March 8.

The foundation said that she'd be ready for adoption in about two weeks.

Meanwhile, it has also submitted an application to Guinness World Records for world's smallest dog.

Experts say she is now likely to set a new record for being the world's tiniest dog. She is not yet officially the title holder but a "fast-track" application has been submitted to the Guinness World Records.

But a dog rescue centre in El Dorado Hills, California, has now been inundated with requests to adopt the little animal.

Beyoncé was the runt of a litter of five that was born to an abandoned dachshund mix, named Casey. Their mother was too heavily pregnant to have a termination and was scheduled to be put down.

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World's longest wedding dress attempt World Record in Bucharest, Romania

world's longest wedding dress attempt World Record in Bucharest, Romania

Romania has entered the Guinness Book of World Records for the longest bridal train after a model wearing a wedding gown floated in a hot air balloon above downtown Bucharest.

The 1.85-mile-long ivory train, worn by 17-year-old model Ema Dumitrescu, floated high above a main boulevard in Romania's capital on Tuesday, the Telegraph reported.

The new record set by the silk and lace gown, beats the previous record held by a Dutch designer.

Pedestrians, however, didn't seem to make much of the event, organised by the gown's creators - the Andree Salon fashion house and the organisers of this year's biannual Wedding Fair in Bucharest.

A few bystanders looked up at the balloon, but many others ignored it.

Salon spokeswoman Lavinia Lascae said that the train, which took 100 days to stitch, was crafted by a team of 10 seamstresses.

4,700 metres of taffeta, 5.5 metres of Chantilly lace, 45 metres of lining, 1,857 sewing needles and 150 spool threads were used in the creation of the gown and train.

Sultan Kosen - World's tallest man 2012

Sultan Kosen - World's tallest man 2012

Sultan Kosen has been named the world's tallest living man by Guinness World Records for three consecutive years. In the last three months, the 29-year-old Turkish man has only recently stopped growing thanks to receiving treatment in the U.S.

He entered the record books at 8 feet 1 inch; at his next measurement, he was listed as 8 feet 2 inches, and now he's achieved his ultimate adult height at 8 feet 3 inches. He's also in the record books for having the largest hands (11.22 inches) and largest feet (14.4 inches).

Kosen's extraordinary stature is a result of gigantism or acromegaly. He developed a pituitary tumor as a child, which caused his pituitary gland to produce an excessive amount of growth hormone. According to Dr. Mary Lee Vance, an endocrinologist at the University of Virginia Health System in Charlottesville, Va, “That tumor is not cancerous and it is not a brain tumor… A spontaneous mutation causes the tumor, and it's not hereditary.” She added that Kosen's parents and siblings are all average height. Vance first learned of Kosen's case and first saw him as a patient in the spring of 2010.

Vance was asked to appear on a Discovery Channel show on him. She put Kosen on a new medication to try to bring down his growth hormone levels to a normal range. Although his pituitary tumor was diagnosed when Kosen was 10 years old, efforts in his native Turkey and elsewhere in Europe to stop the tumor's growth were unsuccessful. He had three prior surgeries attempting to remove the tumor as well as radiation treatment, but Kosen kept growing and growing.

“As he was growing taller and taller, he kept getting sicker and sicker,” says Dr. Jason Sheehan, a neurosurgeon at the University of Virginia Health System, who also treated Kosen. “He had a very aggressive tumor involving the base of his skull and brain that was in a very difficult location to remove,” he explains.

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Shayne - World’s oldest horse 2012

Shayne - World’s oldest horse 2012

This weary thoroughbred has been hailed the world's oldest horse — whose leisurely life has allowed him to live to the age of 51.

Shayne, a liver chestnut Irish Draught cross, has spent a lifetime in a private stables and has only been ridden occasionally.

As a result he is still happily trotting around his paddock and in better shape than many of his stablemates — despite being 20 to 30 years older than all of them.

Bizarrely, the elderly nag lives in the same Essex town as the world's oldest dog — a 24-year-old terrier-whippet cross called Pip.

Shayne is believed to have inherited the title of the world's oldest living horse following the death of the previous holder in 2004.

The 15 hands gelding is now enjoying a laid-back retirement with four meals a day at the 40-acre Remus Memorial Horse Sanctuary in Brentwood.

Sanctuary founder Sue Burton said: "We get people who rescue a horse and they say it is in its 30s and then it knocks them for six when we say we have one in its 50s.

"Shayne is a really good boy. He is still very active — sometimes we forget how old he is.

"I guess his secret to a long life is taking it easy in his old age and enjoying his retirement."

Shayne was brought to the Remus Memorial Horse Sanctuary in April 2007 after spending many happy years with his previous owner in Chingford, Essex.

He is fed a high-calorie diet consisting of fibre, alfalfa nuts, sugar beet and chaff mixed together and he is also partial to a bit of cabbage to help keep his weight at 480kg.

Despite suffering from some mild arthritis, he is in good health.

The previous title of oldest living horse in the world was held by Welsh/Arab steed Badger, from Pembrokeshire, Wales, who died aged 51, in in 2004.

Shayne does not have a birth certificate but they were given his birth date by his previous owner and have since verified his age with medical checks.

Sue added: "Fifteen used to be regarded as old for horses when I started working with them, but research into medicines means they can live much longer now.

"The previous owner brought Shayne to the sanctuary after her other horse died.

"Shayne does not have a birth certificate so we are going by what his previous owner told us — but it all adds up."

Remarkably, Shayne lives in the same town as Pip, the 24-year-old terrier-whippet cross, who was named the world's oldest dog in December.

Shayne, who stands at 15 hands and weighs 480kg, enjoys four meals and around four or five hours outdoors every day.

His high-calorie diet consists of fibre, alfalfa nuts, sugar beet and chaff mixed together, although he is also partial to a bit of cabbage now and again.

Looking up at Shayne, Vicky said: "I think he is lovely and he has a lot of character.

"He is a bit nervous but he is quite striking too.

"If you see him out in the field he still trots around very elegantly."

Sanctuary founder Sue Burton added: "We are extremely proud of our work with elderly horses and Shayne is an example of the work that we do allowing these animals to live their lives out in happy retirement."

Should Shayne indeed be found to be the oldest horse on the planet, he is unlikely to get in the official records because his birth certificate cannot be traced.