What Is the Record for the Longest Tapeworm Ever?

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The record of the longest tapeworm that was removed from a human is 37 feet long from Sally Mae Wallace in 1991. This type of tapeworm is called Diphyllobothrium and humans can be infected from eating undercooked or raw fish. Whales, on the other hand, can have tapeworms up to 120 feet long.
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Sally Mae Wallace of Great Grits, Mississippi, holds the record.
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The longest recorded tapeworm found in the human body was 33 meters in length.
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1 millimeter long in the eye ball.
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On Sep. 5, 1991 doctors extracted 37 feet (continuous) of tapeworm from Sally Mae Wallace. Ask us. report this answer. Updated on Wednesday, February 01 2012 at 03:23PM EST. Source:
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