World's Shortest People

After Guinness World Records named Bobi the dog the "oldest dog ever," many people doubted that the Portuguese pet was really 31.
Betty Brussel, who started swimming competitively in her 60s, dethroned two previous record-holders — before making another historic mark.
The grandfatherly guard dog was born on May 11, 1992, when his owner was just 8 years old.
A 14-year-old cat now holds the Guinness World Record for her rumbling vocalizations.
“Age is just a number,” Dorothy Hoffner told a cheering crowd moments after touching the ground Sunday.
The University of Nebraska laid claim to the world record for largest attendance at a women’s sporting event with 92,003 filling Memorial Stadium for the Cornhuskers’ volleyball match against Omaha.
The record-setting stone measures about 5.26 inches long and weighs 1.76 pounds.
Zoey, a 3-year-old canine from Metairie, has a tongue that is longer than a 12-ounce can of soda.
The 33-year-old Australian man cranked out reps of the classic exercise almost faster than you can count.
Seiichi Sano has just been honored by Guinness World Records as the oldest male to surf.