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,”
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The peacock is India’s national bird.
Are birds depicted in works of art more than any other animal?