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cifarmo cifarmo 36-40, M 12 Answers Sep 18, 2012 in Community

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Sponge can live for around 10,000 years.

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the glass sponge.. 15,000 years, yeah

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Humans because we survived and evolved.

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rats were here long before humans and will probably survive long after we are dust....

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So did every other animal that's still alive.

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And cockroaches.

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yup and if you stretch the "animal "point further there is a fungus that is supposed to be virtually immortal covering over half of the US just a few meters below ground level

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The oldest animal is the Zebra,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
but why ?????? coz it is black and white,,,,
Ha,,,Ha,,,Ha,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

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turritopsis nutricula, a species of jelly fish, it is the only animal that does not die of old age.

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pink one eyed trouser snake

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Tortises live to 150 years or so. I think they are the runaway winner. Of course Methuselah was supposed to have lived 969 years. That's old.

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