Guinness World Records List
Guinness World Records List

15181Highest-earning Bollywood star – femaleKatrina Kaif10700000 US dollar(s)Not Applicable, 31 December 2013Katrina Kaif (UK) was the highest-earning Bollywood actress of 2013, with earnings of 63.75 crore (637 m rupees £6.38 m $10.7 m).
15182Largest Buddhist templeBorobudurIndonesiaThe largest Buddhist temple in the world is Borobudur, near Yogyakarta, central Java, Indonesia, built between AD 750 and 842. The 60,000 m³- (2,118,880 ft³-) stone structure is 34.5 m (113 ft) tall and its base measures 123 x 123 m (403 x 403 ft). In 1991, Borobudur was added to UNESCO's World Hertiage list.
15183Largest ice cream scoop pyramidBaskin-Robbins InternationalUnited States, MauiBaskin-Robbins International constructed the world's largest ice cream scoop pyramid using 3,100 scoops of ice cream in Maui, Hawaii on May 18, 2000.The pyramid weighed 800 lb. 362.87 kg.and stood about 4 ft. 1.21 m. high for approximately 45 min. Over 80 Baskin-Robbins International executives, franchisees and flavor experts representing more than 20 countries created the 21-layer ice cream scoop pyramid.
15184Freediving - no limit (men)Herbert NitschGreece, Spetses14 June 2007214 m (702 ft)Herbert Nitsch (Austria)Spetses, Greece14 June 2007
15185Largest drillshipDiscoverer class vesselsUnited StatesThe world´s largest drillships are the Discoverer Enterprise, Discoverer Spirit and Discoverer Deep Seas, each of which displaces 103,000 tonnes. The vessels are owned by Transocean Inc. (USA) and are capable of drilling in over 3,050 m (10,000 ft) of water, and to overall depths of 10,650 m (35,000 ft). The ships are 255 m (835 ft) long and 38 m (125 ft) wide.
15186Plane pulling (Guinness World Records: The Videogame)Wiinner23 November 200811.62 m, Wiinner, 23 November 2008
15187Longest fingernails (Guinness World Records: The Videogame)siddie01 January 200928 m 37 cm, siddie, 01 January 2009
15188Human canonball (Guinness World Records: The Videogame)TITOU30 December 2008790.02 m, TITOU, 30 December 2008
15189Largest rayManta birostrisUnited States25 January 2002The largest member of the ray family is the Atlantic manta ray (Manta birostris) which has an average wingspan of 5.2–6.8 m (17–22 ft). The largest manta ray wingspan ever recorded is 9.1 m (30 ft).Atlantic manta rays are solitary swimmers which are usually found near the surface of the ocean, although they have also been reported at depths of 120 m (394 ft). They are also called "devil rays" because of the cephalic fins at the front of their heads which resemble the horns of a devil. The name "manta" comes from the Spanish word for "blanket".
15190Greatest insect builderUnknownThe greatest insect builder is the termite (order Isoptera). Mounds in eastern Australia have measured 6 m (20 ft) in height and 30.5 m (100 ft) in circumference.
15191Oldest person to climb Everest (female)Tamae WatanabeNepalTamae Watanabe (b. 21 November 1938, Japan) summitted the 8,848-m-high (29,029-ft) Everest for the second time on 19 May 2012 – at the age of 73 years 180 days.
15192Highest mountain face underwaterUnknownPortugalWith an altitude of 7,711 feet (2,351 m) above sea surface and 20,000 feet (6,098 m) below sea surface to the sea floor, Monte Pico in the Azores Islands (Portugal) is the highest underwater mountain in the world.The 42 km-long island formed by this volcano is one of the nine islands that conform the Azores and it is also considered to be the youngest.
15193Largest cargo of gold found in a submarine wreckPaul R. TidwellNot Applicable01 January 1995In May 1995 Paul R. Tidwell (USA) discovered 2 tonnes of gold, 228 tonnes of tin, 54 tonnes of raw rubber and 3 tonnes of quinine in a 108.8-m-long (357-ft) Japanese submarine. The sub, which had also carried 109 men, had been destroyed by a 226.8-kg (500-lb) US bomb on 23 June 1944.Tidwell is now working to recover the vessel, which is submerged at a depth of 5,180 m (17,000 ft), 1,931 km (1,200 miles) west of the Cape Verde islands in the Atlantic Ocean.
15194Highest-earning Bollywood star – maleShah Rukh Khan37060000 UK pound(s)Not Applicable, 31 December 2013Topping the Forbes list as the highest-earning Bollywood actor is Shah Rukh Khan (IND), with estimated earnings in 2013 of 220.5 crore (2.2 bn rupees £22.08 m $37.06 m).
15195Rarest sticklebackGreek stickleback (Pungitius hellenicus)10 square kilometre(s)Greece, 01 January 2010The world´s rarest stickleback is the Greek stickleback (Pungitius hellenicus). Critically endangered, it is entirely limited to three localities in the Sperchios Valley, central Greece, yielding a total area of under 10 km2 (3.8 mi2).
15196Tallest indoor ice climbing wallO2 WorldUnited Kingdom, Seoul19 November 2005The tallest indoor ice climbing wall measures 20 m (65 ft 7 in) tall and 13 m (42 ft 8 in) wide. The wall is in the O2 World building in Seoul, Korea and was opened on 19 November 2005.
15197Highest wine cellarCN Tower's "Cellar in the sky"Canada, Toronto08 November 2006The world record for the highest wine cellar is CN Tower's "Cellar in the sky" located 351m (1,151 ft) above ground in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, designated on 8 November 2006 as part of the celebrations for Guinness World Records Day.
15198Most points waterskiing overall (men)Jaret Llewellyn2818.01 point(s)United States, Seffner29 September 20022,818.01 points(Breakdown of scores and points: 5 at 11.25 m, 10,730 tricks, 71.7 m jump)Jaret Llewellyn (Canada) McCormick Fall Open, Seffner, Forida, USA29 September 2002
15199Largest crocodilianCrocodylus porosusIndiaThe largest crocodilian in the world is the estuarine or saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus), which ranges throughout the tropical regions of Asia and the Pacific. The Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary in Orissa State, India, houses four protected estuarine crocodiles measuring more than 6 m (19 ft 8 in) in length, the largest being over 7 m (23 ft) long. There are several unauthenticated reports of specimens up to 10 m (33 ft) in length.Adult males average 4.2–4.8m (14–16 ft) in length and weigh about 408–520kg (900–1,150lb).[Karl Shuker points out that some reptile experts argue that the anaconda is the largest reptile in the world, so we can't claim that this crocodile is the largest reptile as we have in the past.]
15200Largest snow sculptureHarbin International Ice & Snow Sculpture Festival3398 cubic metre(s)China, Harbin01 January 2007The largest snow sculpture, entitled 'Romantic Feelings' measured 35 m (115 ft) tall and 200 m (656 ft) long when it was created as part of the annual Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival, which opened in the Heilongjiang Province, China, on 20 December 2007. A team of 600 sculptors from 40 different countries used 3,398 m³ (120,000 ft³) of snow to create the Olympic-themed landscape, which included a French cathedral, an ice maiden and a Russian church.
15201Fastest run 200 metres (female) (indoors)Merlene OtteyFrance, Liévin13 February 1993200 m21.87Merlene Ottey (Jamaica)Liévin, France13 February 1993
15202Fastest run 400 metres (female) (indoors)Jarmila KratochvílováItaly, Milan07 March 1982400 m49.59Jarmila Kratochvílová (Czechoslovakia)Milan, Italy7 March 1982
15203Smallest cellUnknown0.005 millimetre(s)The brain cells in the cerebellum measure about 0.005 mm (0.0001968 in) or 5 microns.
15204Highest pole vault (female) (outdoors)Yelena IsinbayevaSwitzerland, Zurich28 August 20095.06 m (16 ft 7 in) Yelena Isinbayeva (Russia) Zurich, Switzerland 28 August 2009
15205Fastest run 3,000 metres (female)Wang Junxia8/06.11 minute(s), second(s)China, Beijing13 September 19933,000 m8:06.11Wang Junxia (China)Beijing, China13 September 1993
15206Fastest run 400 metres (female)Marita KochAustralia, Canberra06 October 1985400 m47.60Marita Koch (GDR)Canberra, Australia 6 October 1985
15207Farthest long jump (male) (indoors)Carl LewisUnited States, New York City27 January 19848.79 m (28 ft 10.06 in)Carl Lewis (USA)New York, USA27 January 1984
15208Fastest run 3,000 metres (male) (indoors)Daniel Komen7/24.90 minute(s), second(s)Hungary, Budapest06 February 19983,000 m7:24.90Daniel Komen (Kenya)Budapest, Hungary6 February 1998
15209Farthest long jump (female)Galina ChistyakovaUSSR, Leningrad (now St Petersburg)11 June 19887.52 m (24 ft 8.06 in)Galina Chistyakova (USSR)Leningrad, USSR (now St Petersburg, Russia)11 June 1988
15210Fastest hurdles 400 metres (female)Yuliya PechenkinaRussia, Tula08 August 2003400 m hurdles52.34Yuliya Pechonkina (Russia)Tula, Russia8 August 2003

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