by Zoë Pollock
Fire breathing slowed down to 2000 frames per second:
The world record for simultaneous fire breathing was set in 2009, when 293 students in Maastricht breathed fire together. The highest flame ever was 8.05 meters, set last year in a Las Vegas warehouse. Fire breathers even have their own association in North America – the NAFAA – that regulates safety. Basically, before you try this, slow motion or not, you should probably consult someone who knows what they’re doing.