The Trapps are the tallest family in the world with an average height of 6 ft 8.03 inches, according to Guinness World Records.
Being tall isn’t all that rare but being tall enough to create a world record, that too with your whole family? Well, that’s definitely something the Trapp family can do. According to the official website of Guinness World Records, “A family in Esko, Minnesota, USA, has achieved a record that not many can measure up to – quite literally! Meet the Trapp family of five; Scott, Krissy, Savanna, Molly, and Adam.”
It continues, “On 6 December 2020, the Trapps were confirmed as the tallest family in the world with an average height of 203.29 cm (6 ft 8.03 in). The family’s combined height is equal to the length of half a tennis court! (…) Unsurprisingly, all three Trapp kids played sports throughout their lives and were recruited by colleges for either basketball or volleyball.”
This video was shared on Instagram with a caption that reads, “Tallest family – 203.29 cm (6 ft 8.03 in) achieved by the Trapp family.” It also has a few hashtags accompanying it, like #tallestfamily, #tallpeople, #officiallyamazing and #guinnessworldrecords. We won’t give away much more so take a look at this fun video for yourself.
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