On May 12, 2020, Edward Niño Hernández (Edward Niño Hernández), who is 72.10 cm tall, is [the shortest living man (with mobility)] certified by the Guinness World Records.
Accompanied by his family, Edward received a certificate issued by the Guinness World Records Verifier at a clinic in his hometown of Bogotá, Colombia. Edward, born in 1986, grew up like most children, and until the age of 4, he began to realize that he would not grow as tall as his friends. His parents took him to seek medical advice, and it was not until 20 years later that he was diagnosed with severe hypothyroidism, which is what affected his development and growth.
Edward likes to dance and enjoy life. “I want to conquer the world with a smile! Smiling to everyone is my charm,” Edwards added, “I can do whatever I want. Everything is possible. Body shape and height are not a problem. Hope everyone Can understand me: small, big energy.”
Khagendra Thapa Magar, who died suddenly earlier this year, was the holder of the Guinness World Record. His height was 67.08 cm.
Jyoti Kisanji Amge (Jyoti Kisanji Amge), who was certified by Guinness in India in 2011, is the record holder for [the shortest living woman (with mobility)]. Her height is 62.80 cm.