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    Guinness World Records 2021

    All aboard Guinness World Records 2021?for a life-changing journey of discovery! Our action-packed cover offers just a taste of what’s inside the world’s best-selling annual book. Read on to find out what you can expect from this year's edition.

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    Look inside

    Take a sneak peek inside this year's edition, with a handpicked selection of some of our favourite pages


    Discovery Challenge

    How quickly can you find 10 record-breakers in this year's incredible new cover art?

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    Buzz Aldrin inducted into the Guinness World Records hall of fame

    Hall of Fame

    Read more about the game-changing achievements of the 11 new inductees into the Guinness World Records Hall of Fame.

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    See the solar system come to life with augmented reality

    Augmented Reality

    Journey through the Solar System and see the planets come to life with our free augmented reality feature!

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    Against the clock adjudicator with a stopwatch

    Against the Clock

    Take part in the action: check out our try-at-home challenges and we might even see you in next year’s edition!

    Challenge yourself
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    Who's in the book?

    Read more about some of the incredible record breakers featured in this year's edition and what inspired them to success.

    Meet the stars!
    Cover stars of 2021 Guinness World Records 2021 YouTube playlist
    Cover stars of Guinness World Records 2021
    Records in the 2021 Guinness World Records book YouTube playlist
    Records in the 2021 book
    Best of 2020 YouTube playlist
    GWR's best of 2020

    The Lion's Share

    Guinness World Records is delighted to announce that it has partnered with conservation charity The Lion’s Share, which is managed by the United Nations Development Programme.

    Discover just a few of the record-breaking species that are currently under threat, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)

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