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Photo Gallery: ‘Huntington Peach’ world-record attempt

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Hundreds of people in fruit and vegetable costumes rise to the occasion of trying to set the Guinness world record for the largest gathering of people dressed as a fruit or vegetable on Sunday at Huntington Beach Pier Plaza.

 (James Carbone)
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Susie Hofeditz and Tom Gierhart of Fountain Valley do a grape dance before joining hundreds of other people Sunday at Huntington Beach Pier Plaza to try to set the Guinness world record for the largest gathering of people dressed as a fruit or a vegetable.

 (James Carbone)
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People dressed as fruits and vegetables gather Sunday at Huntington Beach Pier Plaza to try to set the Guinness world record for most people dressed as a fruit or vegetable, with proceeds benefiting Miracles for Kids.

 (James Carbone)
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Hundreds of people sit at Huntington Beach Pier Plaza on Sunday to try to set a Guinness world record.

 (James Carbone)
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Emily Gatti of Newport Beach, dressed as a strawberry, joins hundreds of other people dressed as fruits and vegetables on Sunday in Huntington Beach for a Guinness world record attempt for the largest gathering of people dressed as a fruit or a vegetable.

 (James Carbone)
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Huntington Beach City Councilwoman Barbara Delgleize, left, goes bananas at Sunday’s world-record attempt for the largest gathering of people dressed as a fruit or a vegetable.

 (James Carbone)
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Kids dress their parts as hundreds of people gather Sunday in Huntington Beach to try to set the Guinness world record for the largest gathering of people dressed as a fruit or a vegetable, with proceeds benefiting Miracles for Kids.

 (James Carbone)
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Louise Vandertuuk, Linda Christenson and Lynn Belcher, from left, all of Huntington Beach, join hundreds of other people dressed as fruits and vegetables on Sunday at Huntington Beach Pier Plaza.

 (James Carbone)
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It’s one banana, two bananas, three bananas, four as people gatherin Huntington Beach on Sunday to attempt a Guinness world record for the largest gathering of people dressed as a fruit or a vegetable.

 (James Carbone)
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