Supattra Sasupan or Nong Nat, 11, the world's hairiest girl shows her national ID card during the first day of issuing ID cards to children aged seven to 14 nationwide.
epa02820267 A photo made available on 12 July 2011 shows Thai school girl Supattra Sasupan or Nong Nat, 11, the world's hairiest girl shows her national ID card during the first day of issuing ID cards to children aged seven to 14 nationwide at a school in Bangkok, Thailand, 11 July 2011. Supattra has the very rare Ambras syndrome or Congenital Hypertrichosis meaning she has excessive hair covering her face and parts of her body. Under the 2011 Identity Card Act, all Thai citizens from the age of seven onwards must have ID cards to distinguish them from foreigners so that they can get access to national health services. Thailand has about 8 million citizens aged seven to 14. EPA/STR
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