The world has produced different people of different ages, gender, body size, race and many other physical features. For India's Jyoti Amge, her feature is one out of the ordinary and has earned a place in the Guinness Book World Records as the shortest woman in the world.Jyoti Kisange Amge is an adorable Indian actress notable for being the word's shortest living woman acccording to the Guinness World Records. At first, it was United States' Bridgette Marie Jordan who was holding that record with the height of 69 cm which is (2 ft 3in). But following Amge's 18th birthday on December 16th, 2011, she was officially declared the world's shortest woman by Guinness World Records with a height of 62.8 centimeters (6 ft 0.6in), she is currently 27 years old. Her restricted height is due to a genetic disorder called primordial dwarfism.
Even though her size would cause her limitations in few things, she was able to live a pretty normal life of going to school, but not without a custom made desk, chair, and other things of course.Interesting moment of when Jyoti Amge, the shortest woman in the world met Sultan Kosen, the tallest man in world who is from Turkey as they pose for a photo in front of the Pyramids, in Giza, Egypt.
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