Meet the world's shortest man, 72-year-old Chandra Bahadur Dangi of Nepal. As indicated by Guinness World Records, Dangi remains at 21.5 inches tall and hails from the mountain town, Reemkholi, around 250 miles outside Kathmandu. Dangi has never gotten a test from a specialist, and had never gathered outside consideration up to this point when a woodland contractual worker cutting lumber in the town met him and educated nearby media.
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Jyoti Kisange Amge (born 16 December 1993) is an Indian entertainer prominent for being the world's littlest living lady as indicated by Guinness World Records.
Following Amge's eighteenth birthday celebration on 16 December 2011, she was formally pronounced the world's shortest lady by Guinness World Records with a tallness of 62.8 centimeters (2 ft 0.6 in).Her limited stature is because of a hereditary issue called achondroplasia.
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