The oldest man in the world revealed the secret of longevity

A resident of Bucharest Dumitru Comanescu became the oldest man in the world after the death of 112-year-old Briton Bob Watona, reported the news portal Romania Insider, citing data from the Gerontological research group.

Comanescu 111 years. He was born November 8, 1908, in the municipality of Provita de Jos, near the Romanian capital. In his youth he studied at the mathematical faculty at George tzitzeica, who founded the local school of differential geometry. Comanescu, Dumitru subsequently left science and began to study agriculture. Work in this area he would devote his 70 years of life.

Survivor admitted the publication that he believes the reason for her longevity is the love of his wife, sons and grandchildren.

The previous record holder Briton Bob Walton died of cancer at the age of 112 years and 60 days. He was the oldest man on the planet three months after the death of 112-year-old Japanese Titaco Watanabe.