Tag: longest

Jul 9, 2019

150 Million Year Old Dinosaur Footprints in France

150 Million Year Old Dinosaur Footprints in France

They were left by a Sauropod measuring at least 115ft/35m long and weighing no less than 35 tonnes

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Aug 23, 2018

Russian Cosmonaut Takes You on a Tour of the Longest Route Possible on the ISS

Russian Cosmonaut Takes You on a Tour of the Longest Route Possible on the ISS

Oleg Artemyev gives you a 1st-person POV from the Japanese storage module to the Russian cargo module

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Feb 1, 2018

Burning Since 1901, this Bulb is the Poster Child for Planned Obsolescence

Burning Since 1901, this Bulb is the Poster Child for Planned Obsolescence

It’s the light bulb the manufacturers don’t want you to see

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Feb 16, 2017

At 251.5 m (825 ft), This Is the Longest Ski Jump Ever

At 251.5 m (825 ft), This Is the Longest Ski Jump Ever

Just when you think he’s about to land, he keeps going and going..

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Nov 23, 2014

Truck Makes Record Breaking 83 ft Jump Over a Moving F1 Car

Truck Makes Record Breaking 83 ft Jump Over a Moving F1 Car

EMC and Lotus F1 teamed up for a record-breaking stunt, as a giant semi-truck jumped a distance of 83 ft and 7 inches (25.47 meters) while an F1 car drove underneath the airborne big rig. You can find full video and special behind scenes footage at EMC.

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Aug 9, 2014

Deep-Sea Octopus Broods Eggs for 4.5 years, Longer Than Any Known Animal

Deep-Sea Octopus Broods Eggs for 4.5 years, Longer Than Any Known Animal

Researchers at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) have observed a deep-sea octopus brooding its eggs for four and one half years—longer than any other known animal. Throughout this time, the female kept the eggs clean and guarded them from predators. This amazing feat represents an evolutionary balancing act between the benefits to…

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Nov 21, 2013

This is the World’s Longest Wood Carving. It was Made from a Single Tree Trunk

This is the World’s Longest Wood Carving. It was Made from a Single Tree Trunk

November 14, 2013 marked the ninth annual Guinness World Records Day, where people around the globe attempt to break world records. Unveiled that day at the Palace Museum in Beijing was an astonishing wooden sculpture by Chinese artist Zheng Chunhui. The wooden carving took four years to complete. The sculpture, carved from a single…

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