If this doesn't teach this youngster how to count to 26, what will?
The proud mother of youngster Le Yati Min is petitioning Guinness to recognize her daughter as the world record holder for total fingers and toes—26 in all.
The 16-month-old tot was born in Burma with six fingers on each hand and seven toes on each foot, which could make her the most "digitally enhanced" person in the world.
The Guinness World Record for the most digits currently belongs to two people in India, who both have 12 fingers and 13 toes.
Le lives with her family in a small wooden house nearby the impoverished country's former capital city of Yangon.
Her mother Phyo Min Min Soe, 26, asked nurses if her daughter had two hands and two legs when her daughter was born.
"They replied that the baby even has more than she needs," the 26-year-old mother recalled.
Polydactylism—the genetic condition of being born with an extra toe or finger—is unusual, affecting one in every 500 live births, it’s even more uncommon for extra digits to be found on both the hands and feet, as Le does.
"She seems to have a stronger grip on things — so she doesn't drop things much," said Soe about her child, as she played with a cell phone.
LMAO! THEY SAID SHE GOT A BETTER GRIP! I BET SHE DOES! THAT'S SOME SUPERHUMAN SH!T!