This youngster is more than just a little wet behind the ears.

Zyla St. Onge, of Polk City, Fla. set the record for world's youngest water skier last weekend. The six-month-old girl (six months and 27 days, to be exact) was clad in a pink life vest and held a bar for guidance as she made it a whopping 686.4 feet, topping a record that has stood for decades. She was two days younger than the previous record holder.

It's a pretty impressive accomplishment, made all the more so because Zyla can't even walk yet. Not too shabby, huh? She's doing more before she can walk than we're doing years after we learned to do it.

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