World's tallest man gets married
The world's tallest man has married a woman who is 25 years younger than he is - and two-thirds of his height.
After a global search for a suitable bride, herdsman Bao Xishun ended up marrying a saleswoman from his home city of Chifeng in northern China.
Mr Bao, who stands at 2.36m (7ft 8.95in) tall, tied the knot with Xia Shujian, 29, several days ago.
The 54-year-old gained fame last year when he saved two dolphins by pulling dangerous plastic from their stomachs.
He used his long arms to remove shards that the animals had swallowed at an aquarium in Fushun, north-east China.
News of Mr Bao's wedding has delighted commentators in China.
The Beijing News reported: "After sending out marriage advertisements across the world and going through a long selection process, the efforts have finally paid off."
Mr Bao was confirmed as the world's tallest living man by Guinness World Records last year.
He overtook the previous holder, Radhouane Charbib of Tunisia, by just 2mm.
Guinness World Records say Mr Bao was of normal height until 16 but then put on a spurt that doctors were unable to explain, reaching his full height in seven years.