In the South American country of Colombia, a farmer couple has set a record by producing 4.25 kg of mangoes. So far, it has not been found to be more common in any country of the world. The Guinness World Record has also recognized this effort of this farmer couple. Hundreds of mango fruits are also found in India. It is such a fruit that not only children, but also people of old age are very fond of it.

This record was first recorded in the name of the Philippines
The mango is grown by Germans Orlando Novoa and Reina Maria Maracun, who live in San Martin, Boyca, Colombia. This mango has been included in the Guinness World Records book on 29 April. Before this, the record of the highest weight mango was recorded in the name of the Philippines. A mango of 3.435 kg was found there in 2009.

The record is said to be a symbol of hope against Corona
Farmer German Orlando Novoa, after making this record, said that by winning the title, his goal is to show the world that Colombia has humble and hardworking people who love the country. These people produce great fruit from the land plowed with love. He said that this giant fruit represents a message of hope and happiness for the world undergoing epidemics.

Daughter contacted team after research on internet
According to the official website for the Guinness World Record, the German daughter did a lot of research on the Internet after seeing this giant mango growing from her farm. After which he came to know the heaviest mango ever. After which he weighed his mango and after confirming it to be the heaviest mango, contacted the Guinness World Record team.

The family ate this mango after the record
The German told Guinness World Records that the award reflects the efforts and dedication of the Guatuno countryside and love for nature. To celebrate their record, the family cut the entire mango and ate it with the people. The German reported that this mango was very tasty and quite fresh from the inside. The family has also created a replica of the mango, which has been given to the local municipal corporation for preservation, to preserve the record.



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