1. Highest walk on air balloon.
Mike Howard (Mike Howard) from Britain walked the beam that can extend between two balloons at an altitude of 6522 m. Near the town of Yeovil, Somersetshire county, United Kingdom, September 1, 2004 This feat was captured on videotape for the television show "Guinness records 50 years, 50 records ».
2. The most stretchable skin.
Harry Turner (Garry Turner) from Britain could spread to the abdominal skin at 15, 8 cm. This is due to a rare disease known as Ehlers-Danlos syndrome - connective tissue disorders, affecting the skin, ligaments and internal organs. Collagen, strengthens skin, and is responsible for its elasticity, damaged, which, among other things, is the weakening of the skin and laxity of joints. In more severe cases, this can cause damage or rupture of blood vessels, leading to death.
3. The longest dog ears.
The longest dog ears the size of 34 9 cm. And 34 cm 2. - The right and left, respectively, measured on September 29, 2004 They belong Tiggeru (Tigger) - Snoop, whose owners Brian and Christine Flessner (Bryan and Christina Flessner) live in the city of St. Joseph, Illinois.
4. The highest paid attraction in slow decline.
The highest attraction slow fall called «Sky Jump» (Leap from the sky) and is located in the tower and entertainment center crossovers Macau. Fall begins with a 61-level towers at a height of 233 m. Above the ground, and continues for 17-20 seconds. Solemn leap committed AJ. Hackett (AJ Hackett) from New Zealand August 17, 2005
5. The heaviest apple.