🐬 Blue Planet 🧜🏻‍♀️

The Guinness World Records 2024 book is all about our Blue Planet! How much do you know about it?


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What percentage of the Earth’s surface is covered by water?





Cassius the crocodile holds a world record! He is…

The crocodile with the most teeth

The world’s prettiest crocodile

The world’s oldest crocodile

The world’s largest crocodile

What is NOT true about blue whales?

They are the largest animals ever – they can weigh as much as 30 elephants

They have the world’s heaviest tongue

They can live more than 200 years

They can consume food as heavy as 4 hippos in one day

Daryl Tan Hong An (Singapore) made a splash by setting 4 records for the most puzzle cubes solved… underwater! Which fact about the Rubik’s cube is TRUE?

It was initially called the Magic Cube

When Ernő Rubik first created it, he didn’t know how to solve it

The fastest time to solve a 3x3x3 rotating puzzle cube is 3.13 seconds (Max Park, USA)

All of the above

Which ocean freezes for much of the year?





Merle Liivand (Estonia) holds the world record for the farthest swim with a monofin - 30 kilometres (18.6 miles)! What is this swimming style called?

Fish swim

Mermaid swim

Shark swim

Crocodile swim

The pufferfish may be super cute, but it is also the world’s…

Most poisonous fish

Most stinging fish

Fastest fish

Hottest fish

The Bermuda Triangle is a part of the North Atlantic Ocean where over 50 ships and 20 airplanes are said to have mysteriously disappeared. What else is it called?

Poseidon’s Triangle

Devil’s Triangle

Disappearing Triangle

Magic Triangle

In Disney’s ‘The Little Mermaid’, Ariel is one of the 7 sisters representing the 7 seas. Which sea does she represent?

Mediterranean sea

Caribbean sea

Black sea

Red sea

This is ‘Wonder of the Seas’, the world’s largest cruise ship. Inside it you’ll find pools, sports courts, even water slides! How many people (passengers and crew) can it accommodate?