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Édouard Beaupré and a normal-sized man

(Joseph) Édouard Beaupré (1881-1904), Canada's tallest man, had gigantism. Photograph taken at age 21 (1902) at Studio La Grande in Great Falls, Montana. At that time his height was listed as 7 feet 10.5 inches (94.5 inches or 240 cm) with a weight of 367 pounds. (Picture provided by Warren Moulton. Restored by Douglas J Lanska MD. Source: de Herder WW. Acromegalic gigantism, physicians and body snatching. Past or present? Pituitary 2012;15(3):312-8. Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license.)