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Spidergran! 88 y/o fearless Mexican climbs trees to collect and sell fruits

By Ruptly
22 April 2021   |   11:00 am
Eighty-eight-year-old Mayan grandmother Dona Menchita showed off her skills and energy proper of a youngster climbing up trees and picking up fruits to sell in Tizimin, Yucatan, Mexico. This fearless grandmother's age doesn't stop her from work, as she continues cutting firewood, taking care of her crops and also climbing up the trees.

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