In the human world, breaking a world record means achieving the absolute heighest level in whatever it is you do, whether it's impressive, ridiculous, or just plain gross (or all three, for that matter). As it turns out, the same is true in the animal world! Here are some of our favorite record-holding critters.
The title in this category belongs to Bert, the Reserve Deputy Sheriff for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, San Dimas, USA, according to Guinness World Records. We're not sure what other ranks camels hold or have held, so we'll have to take their word for it.
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Sure, they're creepy looking, but how dangerous can ants really be? Well, don't take bulldog ants lightly. Equipped with barbed mandibles and a venomous sting, they have actually been fatal to humans on several occasions, at least three in modern times according to Guinness World Records.
Norman, the scooter riding dog, covered 30 meters in 20.77 seconds (breaking his own world record of 21.75, and shattering the previous record-holder's mark by over 10 seconds) according to Guinness World Records. What a run!