If you had a family photograph taken how many people would be present?
Well, for one supersize family in China, 500 relatives turned up for their photo session, requiring a drone to fly back from a distance in a bid to get the full clan in the frame.
Apparently it took more two years for the Ren family to coordinate the impressive stunt, which took place close to their ancestral town in the Zhejiang province.
Budgie, Norwich, United Kingdom, 4 hours ago
They're not queuing up to come to the UK I hope.
Brian, London, 7 hours ago
In spite of their (previous) one-child policy.
osiris, Oxford, United Kingdom, 7 hours ago
Cousins marrying cousins??
rocksteady, glaws, United Kingdom, 7 hours ago
My family tree contains over 8 billion people and can be traced all the way back to 5.4m years ogo. Infact these people are long, long, long, long, long.............................long, long lost distant relitives so I am upset that I wasn't invited. Right thats them written out of my will, their on their own now.
Barney Fife, St Paul, United States, 8 hours ago
Over populating the world...how nice.
Foto, Omaha, United States, 9 hours ago
The picture is out of focus.
vikram khan, london, 9 hours ago
all that with a "one-child policy" WAW...
SuperDec, isle de murte, United Kingdom, 10 hours ago
Well both sides of my family lines go back to the doomsday book, so only a matter of tracing them forward, my mother had 11 brothers and sisters, my dad had 3, some of my aunts had 5 kids, 500 would be easy with those from just my great grandparents, it would go in to thousands, go back then forward from the doomsday book and we would be talking near or over a million, my dads mum had a twin sister who moved to Australia when young, so there is a whole family line there, same for America, on my mums side, I actually went to a new senior school and made friends with a boy, after a week I heard his last name, he was actually my cousin from my granddad's brothers side.
Torres1502, Lodi, United States, 11 hours ago