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Officials in the town just south of Ottawa are concerned the animal, named Wendell, will suffer from the cold. Wallabies are native to Australia. Peru hopes for record with 7. Peruvian seamstresses hoping to snag a Guinness World Record for sewing the largest pair of blue jeans celebrated on Friday, one day after cranes buckled while trying to lift the giant 7.
Workers laid the pair on the ground and put big balloons inside the legs to show off the size of the jeans, which are feet 43 m tall and 98 feet 30 m wide. They have pockets, red buttons and a brown belt. On Thursday, disillusioned crane operators gave up trying to lift the pants with three machines and went looking for a fourth. They wanted to lift the pants to display them. On Friday, workers had to scrap the idea of hoisting the jeans altogether. The Colombian city of Medellin currently holds the record for the world's largest pair of jeans, which is measured by size, according to the clothing company that organized the event in San Juan de Lurigancho, a district full of textile plants east of the Peru's capital, Lima.
The Colombian pair were feet 35 m tall by 82 feet 25 m wide. Representatives from Guinness were not present to see the Peruvian-made jeans, but a notary who can send documentation to the group was. The company's chief executive said material from the pants will be cut to make backpacks for area school children. Paganism takes root in prisons.