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A survey of the world's most extraordinary human achievements and natural phenomena, "The Guinness Book of Records" is the unmatched authoritative ...Show synopsisA survey of the world's most extraordinary human achievements and natural phenomena, "The Guinness Book of Records" is the unmatched authoritative collection of world-class facts, figures, and feats from around the globe. This newly revised edition contains in-depth reports, incredible photographs, fascinating features, wacky record attempts, and information for hopeful record-breakers. Illustrated with photos, line drawings, charts, maps, graphs, and tables.Hide synopsis
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