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12 Spanish siblings set world record with a combined age of 1,058

They’re blessed with good genetics.

A family in Spain set a Guinness World Record for highest combined age of 12 living siblings at 1,058 years and 249 days.

The Hernandez-Perez offspring — made up of seven brothers and five sisters — range in age from 76 to 97.

The brood was raised in Moya, a town on the northern part of the island of Gran Canaria, one of the Canary Islands — where they all still live.

They beat out the previous household record by a staggering 16 years.

Modesto Hernández and Martina Pérez raised 12 children on the island of Gran Canaria.
The first family member, Jose, was born on December 30, 1924 and the youngest member, Luis, was born on April 4, 1946.
The first family member, Jose, was born on Dec. 30, 1924, and the youngest member, Luis, was born on April 4, 1946.
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The Hernández-Pérez’s extended family including grandchildren.
The Hernández-Pérez’s extended family, including grandchildren.
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Family reunited together in front of the mayor of their town
The Hernández-Pérez family members were recently reunited in front of their hometown.
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“We never thought we’d break a world record,” the tight-knit crew said in a statement to Guinness World Records. “The truth is that breaking a world record has unified this family more than ever.”

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