Guinness World Records, the global authority on record-breaking achievements, can today announce the release of the new Guinness World Records 2016 Edition, revealing a selection of its most amazing new records. 
After months of research and traveling the globe to compile the book, Guinness World Records presents hundreds of vivid, new pictures; features spotlighting the coolest facts and top accomplishments from around the globe; The 2016 book teems with fun and educational content that will fascinate knowledge-seekers of all ages and interests.    
Check out some of the most intriguing titles from the new Guinness World Records 2016 edition below:

Largest feet on a living person – male 

The Largest feet on a living person are 40.1cm (1 ft 3.79 in -right foot) and 39.6cm (1 ft 3.59 in - left foot) and belong to 20-year-old Jeison Orlando Rodriguez Hernandez, pictured above, of Venezuela. 
That equates to a size 26! Student Jeison discovered around his ninth birthday that his feet were larger than friends as they would often compare sizes, with Jeison coming out on top each time. 
With bigger feet than even Sultan Kosen, the worlds’ tallest living man (a mere size 24), Hernandez has to specially order his shoes from Germany to find a fit.

Largest hot dog cart

The Largest hot dog cart measures 2.81 m (9 ft 3 in) in width, 7.06 m (23 ft 2 in) in length, 3.72 m (12 ft 2.75 in) in height from the ground to the handle, and the wheels' diameter is 1.86 m (6 ft 1.5 in). Over 1.5 times larger than a telephone box!
Achieved by Marcus “Hot Dog Man” Daily (USA) of Union, Missouri, the 44-year-old chef found it difficultto work his regular cart in inclement weather and opted to build the super-sized cart after his son, an avid Guinness World Records fan, suggested he attempt the record. 
On building the cart, Marcus said “It was a difficult process that involved long days and lots of back breaking work, but it’s been a lot of fun!” 
With the addition of a drive through and toilet, conveniently hidden inside of a giant mustard can Marcus turned his part time gig into a full-time operation. 
Serving up to 300 people daily, Marcus prides himself on the quality and taste of his hot dogs, of which he serves 33 different varieties!
Most teeth in the mouth

The Most teeth in the mouth are 37, achieved by Vijay Kumar V.A, 27, as verified in Bangalore, India. 
This is five more than is usually found in the average human mouth and Vijay is thrilled to be chomping his way into the Guinness World Records 2016 book.  
“Wherever I go, I need to carry my brush,” says Kumar. 
“Sometimes they even hurt, like when I get a chili seed caught! But no matter how much they hurt, or how many times I bite my tongue, which is a lot by the way, it’s worth it to get into the Guinness World Records book”. 
Largest cowboy boot sculpture - watch video here
The Tallest cowboy boot sculpture measures 10.4m (35 ft 3 in) in height and was constructed by Bob Wade, 72, (USA) of San Antonio, Texas. 
The Texan has enjoyed a 40-year career as an alternative artist and originally created the boots by commission in Washington DC. 
The gigantic boots mean so much to Wade, he has written a Country & Western song about them, called “Too High, Too Long, Too Wide”. 
The build process took Wade three months and they now stand proud next to the highway en route into San Antonio. On making it into the Guinness World Records 2016 book, Bob said “I’m mighty proud to have the world’s biggest cowboy boots and for anyone that thinks I’m totally crazy – well, I am, just a little!”. Watch video here.
Tallest married couple - watch video here
With a combined height of 13 ft 10.72 in (423.47 cm), Sun Mingming, 33, and his wife Xu Yan, 29, of China, claim the title for Tallest married couple, measuring 7 ft 8.98 in (236.17 cm) and 6 ft 1.74 in (187.3 com) respectively. 
Married in Beijing, China, on August 4, 2013, both Sun and Xu are sports stars in their home country – he plays basketball and she is a handball player. 
Having met at the National Games of China in 2009, over time they fell in love before tying the knot. 
Of their height, Sun and Xu say, “Everyday tasks such as traveling by car, plane or getting a room in a hotel do prove difficult, but we’re used to these problems.” 
Their advice for a successful marriage – “no one is perfect, therefore you need to support one another on a daily basis.” Watch video here.
“The Guinness World Records 2016 book keeps readers up to date and in the know about the best and brightest in science, sports, entertainment, animals, human achievement and more,” says Guinness World Records Editor-in-Chief Craig Glenday. “By providing a mix of the newest, most amazing records and a splash of the classic titles that readers know and love, the 2016 edition is a great cross-section of humanity’s greatest accomplishments.”
A must-have for knowledge seekers and thrill seekers alike, as well as aspiring record breakers of all ages, the Guinness World Records 2016 edition features thousands of new records! With educational features focusing on the Internet, sport stacking, human anatomy and more, as well as the most up to date records from the world of YouTube, apps, Frozen, Star Wars and Lego, kids and parents alike will love this fascinating new edition.
Additionally, readers looking to gain access to exclusive bonus images, behind-the-scenes video and record holder interviews can use the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS 2016 book’s content to solve brain-teasing clues at 
The Guinness World Records 2016 Edition is out today. Order your copy here.
2016 Guinness World Records Books