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Dinosaur Frenzy: Canadian City’s Attempt to Break Guinness World Record Thwarted by Surprising Turnout

In an effort to break the Guinness World Record for the largest gathering of people dressed as dinosaurs, a Canadian city’s attempt was disqualified due to a surprising turnout. On April 27th, Travel Drumheller, the tourism organization for the Town of Drumheller, Alberta, held the event in the city’s downtown area. However, officials were unable to obtain an exact count of participants due to the large number of attendees.

According to Keri Looijen, marketing manager for Travel Drumheller, a Guinness World Records adjudicator was present during the attempt and recorded 3,000 people through numbered bracelets. Despite this impressive number exceeding initial expectations, photos and videos from the event suggest that the actual count may have been closer to double that. Officials were unprepared for such a massive turnout.

Although they fell short of breaking the current record of 252 people set in Los Angeles in 2019, Travel Drumheller is planning to make “Jurassic Jamboree” an annual event and will be better prepared for future official world record attempts. The organization aims to have more processes in place to handle a larger crowd and is preparing for at least double the number of participants in future attempts.

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