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Math Teacher Earns Spot in World Record Book by Folding Origami Peacocks

Clearly, the pandemic has left one math teacher in India with a whole lot of free time.

Ravi Kumar Toleti, 57, has earned himself a spot in the Guinness World Records book after folding 1,776 sheets of paper into origami peacocks. To do it, he spent four hours a day folding paper, finishing after the 16th day, he says. “It was a challenging task, but my passion for origami was the driving force,”
Toleti says.

The peacock is India’s national bird.

Are birds depicted in works of art more than any other animal?

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