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Worlds Biggest Horse Guinness World Records 2008

A colossal shire horse in Australia has been proclaimed the biggest horse in the world by its owner, beating the current Guinness World Record by several inches.
The giant five-year-old, from Pakenham, S.E Australia, measures a staggering 20.1 hands, or 2.057m tall. He weighs over 1.3 tonnes (1300kg) - about the same as a small car - and is still growing.

Old Animal Guinness world records - Below mentioned is record-holding pets around the world

The biggest rabbit in the world is thought to be Amy, owned by Annette Edwards from Worcester.

The bunny fought off competition from Holland and Germany and weighs in at three-and-a-half stone.

The biggest household cat is thought to be a tabby called Himmy, in Queensland,
Australia, who tips the scales at just under 47lbs and 38 inches long.

Strongly tipped for the title as Britain's biggest bull is Crease, the family pet of farmer Richard Green.

Crease weighs 3,220lbs - more than a Mini Cooper - and still has plenty of growing ahead of him.

The world's biggest goldfish measured 47.4cm (18.7 in) from snout to tail-fin in March 2003, and is owned by Joris Gijsbers from Hapert, The Netherlands.

2 comments:

ariel said...

that sure is cool. i should would like to meet some one like that

sxccissy said...

OMG who is that horse bred by and who is its sire and dam?
that horse is massive!

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