Home Society According to the Guinness Book of World Records, what is the highest recorded human body temperature? Correct answer: 115.7°F (46.5°С) Share on Facebook Tweet Copy Link Next question Try the best trivia game Download on the App Store Get it on Google Play What people think about it: 17 Comments Alas Ken Pick the big number! 😁 TestyAlien3443 Not much choice. 3 values that are commonly obtained by people with a fever, or the other value even though it seems too high. Rebelle Poekneegurl, but common sense isn't very common any more. Poekneegurl TestyAlien3443, yuppers!! Just a bit of intelligent deduction/process of elimination baymax who'd want to be the only person in the world to hold that record, and is he still alive?! Frank Zappa "Talk About a Hot Head"!!😉 Cindybee I thought the brain would’ve fried. Wow!!! Love this stuff! Felipe it was Johnny from the fantastic four Ginamos that's really hot, maybe he ate lots of chilies James `oh yeah, I used to believe that in a similar condition a man could die,.. SMD baymax, It's not like he WANTED to suffer heat stroke and be at death's door... Prithvi Raj biggest numberr Player #45619216 The question could easily be solved by elimination. Maybe change the options to be around 45-46? SweetPopi Cheryl, so glad you got well presco Rebelle, looks as if there isn't common sense anymore. you got to wonder Jack some are easier than others yllka shala Alas Ken,I didnt pick the highest number of course it was obvious is that .