Jasleen - Germany's Largest Baby
Baby Jasleen is considered to have macrosomia, a definition for being born in the top tenth percentile in weight of all babies.
Typically, that's a baby more than 8 pounds, 13 ounces, according to the Mayo Clinic.
The clinic adds that fetal macrosomia makes a vaginal delivery difficult and could injury the baby during birth. These children are often delivered through cesarean procedures.
However, this baby was born naturally, according to her doctors.
In 2013, a baby weighing 6.1 kg (13.4 lbs) and measuring 57 cm (22 in) long was born naturally. Jasleen, a baby girl, was born at University Hospital in Leipzig, Germany on July 26, making her the country's largest ever.
Jasleen's mother was found to have an undiagnosed case of
gestational diabetes, a condition which normally occurs around
the 24th week of pregnancy and can lead to a larger-than-normal newborn.
Stephen Lyttle - Australia's Largest Baby
Stephen Lyttle, who tipped the scales at 7.399 kg (16 lbs 5 oz) when born at Kempsey Hospital on January 26, 1963, is Australia's heaviest. The average weight of
an Australian baby is 3.37 kg.
Today, he is 50 years old and stands a relatively regular 1.86
meters and weighs a proportionate 97 kg.
Maxine Marin - Gave Birth to the Biggest Baby Girl in Spain
A 40-year-old British woman has given birth to the biggest baby ever born naturally in Spain - a girl weighing 6.2 kg (13.6 lbs). Maxime Marin delivered the baby
at 4.43 am local time at the Hospital Marina Salud in the Mediterranean city of Denia, according to the hospital.
Larger babies are often delivered via Caesarean section, but Marin did not even need an epidural, a
painkiller delivered into the spine during childbirth.
Marin, who lives in Spain with her partner from Colombia, said she knew that the baby would be big, "but not that big."