Supercentenarian

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Ann Pouder (April 8, 1807 – July 10, 1917) was an early supercentenarian. This photo was taken on her 110th birthday.

A supercentenarian is someone who has lived to the age of 110 years or more, something achieved by only one in a thousand centenarians. A very small number of supercentenarians have lived to be 115. Early uses of the word meant a person well over 100, but now it is just known as people who are 110 or older.

Jeanne Calment had the world's longest verified human lifespan.

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