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New Domino Record

New Domino Record

The organizers of Domino Day 2005 managed to set a new world record Friday after successfully toppling more than 4.1 million dominoes. Their record-breaking attempt nearly ended earlier this week, however, when a sparrow flew through an open window in the auditorium and knocked down 23,000 dominoes. A system of 750 safety blocks prevented the bird from bringing down most of the domino chain. View 3 pages of images from the event at dominodomain.com: Page 1(1), Page 2(2), Page 3(3).
Credit: Weijers Domino Productions

1. http://www.dominodomain.com/page.php?act=content&filename=frontpage_domino_day_2005_photo.txt
2. http://www.dominodomain.com/page.php?act=content&filename=frontpage_domino_day_2005_photo_2.txt
3. http://www.dominodomain.com/page.php?act=content&filename=frontpage_domino_day_2005_photo_3.txt

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