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Photos: Meet the 120-year-old Great-grandmother Who Claims She's the World's Oldest Person Alive

Tanzilya Bisembeyeva claims to be 120 years
 
A great-grandmother has released pictures of her 120th birthday after claiming to be the world's oldest person alive. 

A great-grandmother from the village of Alcha in Krasny Yar district in the region of Astrakhan, southern Russia has claimed she is the world's oldest living person. She recently told officials she has celebrated her 120th birthday.


 
 
The widow is said to have been born in 1896 and, if her claims are true, she beats the current Guinness World Record holder, Italian Emma Morano, by more than three years.
 
 
The woman identified as Tanzilya Bisembeyeva shared photos with her family in the village of Alcha in Krasny Yar district in the region of Astrakhan, southern Russia. The claim is yet to be substantiated.

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