Jumping rats? World's shortest bus driver? This year's new crop of Guinness World Records has a message, says the organization: Anyone can be a record breaker.
Here's a few of the new ones:
Britain’s Frank Faeek Hachem stands at 4 feet 5.6 inches tall, making him the world's 'shortest bus driver." He says he doesn't need any special modifications to drive... he only adjusts the seat.
Professional stunt motorbiker Marco George topped over 76 miles per hour on his bike while performing a headstand on the seat.
And these clever critters -- a pair of rats called Freddie and Frankie -- broke two world records. Their owner Luke Roberts trained them to complete 28 alternating paw tricks in 30 seconds, and also eight jumps through a hoop in just 30 seconds.
There's also Canadian-born Gary Duschl, now the proud owner of the world’s longest gum wrapper chain, measuring a whopping 32,556 meters. He began building it back in 1965.
There's a lot more new records. Guinness' official annual records book entered store shelves in the UK and online on Thursday.