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(AP News)   She likes figs, enjoys belly rubs, and may well be the oldest known aquarium fish in the world. Meet Methuselah, the 90-year-old Australian lungfish   (apnews.com) divider line
    More: Spiffy, San Francisco, Meet Methuselah, San Francisco Chronicle, California Academy of Sciences, Australia, Scientist, John G. Shedd, SAN FRANCISCO  
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2022-01-26 8:55:51 AM  
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2022-01-26 10:13:49 AM  
There is something oddly cute about a prehistoric catfish enjoying belly rubd
 
2022-01-26 10:52:18 AM  
I really relate to the big guy. Figs are mighty tasty.
 
2022-01-26 1:40:04 PM  
Reading this made me check the record for oldest bearded dragon.  Turns out its 18 years.  I have a 14 year old bearded dragon - only record I have is the receipt from when I bought him so there is no proof its actually the same guy.  It made me wonder if there is a way to age a bearded dragon - like tree rings on an oak.

He is still going strong, so maybe he'll make it 4 more years?
 
2022-01-26 1:54:19 PM  

50th: Reading this made me check the record for oldest bearded dragon.  Turns out its 18 years.  I have a 14 year old bearded dragon - only record I have is the receipt from when I bought him so there is no proof its actually the same guy.  It made me wonder if there is a way to age a bearded dragon - like tree rings on an oak.

He is still going strong, so maybe he'll make it 4 more years?


Cut him in half and count the rings.
 
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