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Ghanaian Activist Abubakar Tahiru Sets Guinness World Record by Hugging 1,123 Trees

Abubakar Tahiru, a Ghanaian activist, has achieved a remarkable feat by hugging a total of 1,123 trees, setting a new Guinness World Record.

Growing up in a farming community in Tep, Ghana, Abubakar developed a deep interest in nature and its conservation, which ultimately led him to this extraordinary accomplishment.

The record attempt, which took place at the Tuskegee National Forest in Alabama, was not without its challenges.

Abubakar had to move quickly between trees while ensuring that each hug met the required standards.

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For the purposes of the record, a hug was defined as both arms wrapped around a tree in a close embrace, with no tree being hugged more than once.

Additionally, no damage could be caused to any tree, or else the attempt would be disqualified.

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