Fastest Tortoise, Biggest Cowboy Boots Newest World Record-holders

September 16, 2015 03:58 PM
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Since its first edition appeared in 1955, the Guinness Book of World Records has become a publishing phenomenon, selling 132 million copies across more than 100 countries. Now known as Guinness World Records, it is the authority on the best - fastest, biggest, most, smallest; superhuman achievements, unbelievable - but verified - feats, and the extremes of the natural world. Recently, the Guinness World Records announced the inductees for 2016. Faiza Elmasry tells us about some of the record-holders. Faith Lapidus narrates.