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With a combined total age of 1,058 years and 249 days, the 12 siblings break the Guinness World Record

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A family of 12 siblings in Spain were awarded a Guinness World Record when their combined age was confirmed as 1,058 years and 249 days.

The Hernandez-Perez siblings, who grew up and still live in the town of Moya on the island of Gran Canaria, range in age from 76 to 97.

"We never thought we would break a world record," the family, made up of seven brothers and five sisters, said in a statement to Guinness World Records.

"It all started as a joke during a family reunion in June. Then, after seeing a newspaper article titled '12 siblings count more than 1,000 years,' we started collecting information and came across the Guinness World Records," the statement said.

The oldest brother, Jose Hernandez-Perez, will turn 98 in December. The youngest, Luis Hernandez-Perez, turned 76 in April.