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It's a weird world 31

It's a weird world 31
People take part in a cartwheel world record at a park in Amersfoort on July 10, 2009. 482 people set a new world record for simultaneous cartwheeling beating the old record set by 478 Canadians. (Getty Images)
It's a weird world 31
About 300 military and civilian Indonesian divers take to the waters of Tanjunglesung Beach in Indonesia's Banten province on July 11, 2009 to prepare for their next month's mission to break the world record with 1,500 divers in Manado in North Sulawesi on August 17, 2009 and at the same time promote tourism in Indonesia, a massive archipelago of 17,000 islands. (Getty Images)
It's a weird world 31
Chefs spread out cheese over a 2,20m diameter 'Marguerita' pizza, as part of Pizza Day celebrations, at the traditional Italian neighbourhood of Mooca, in eastern Sao Paulo, Brazil, on July 10, 2009. With 15kg of wheat flour, 8kg of tomato sauce, 16kg of cheese and 1kg of basil, the traditional huge pizza was cut in 500 individual slices. (Getty Images)
It's a weird world 31
A life-size maquette of the world renowned Angel of the North by Antony Gormley adorns the gardens of Derbyshire's Chatsworth House on July 13, 2009 in Chatsworth, England. (Getty Images)
It's a weird world 31
Terry Brotheridge, of Brotheridge Chandeliers works on one of the five original 18th century chandeliers in the Ball Room inside the Georgian Assembly Rooms that are undergoing a bi-annual restoration, on July 14 2009 in Bath, England. The five chandeliers have hung in the Ball Room since 1771 when the Assembly Rooms opened and were a favourite meeting place for Jane Austen who often danced there and placed key scenes in two of her novels, Northanger Abbey and Persuasion, in the Assembly Rooms. (Getty Images)

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