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Well done carkels1990, it is a Jelly fish: The Hydrozoan species Turritopsis nutricula is capable of cycling from a mature adult stage to an immature polyp stage, and back again, indefinitely. This means there is, theoretically, no limit to its life span, it is impossible to estimate the age of this Jelly Fish. The second species that has the same genetic make up is the common Lobster also being impossible to age. This biggest lobster reported was over 3ft long. Thanks to for everyone for some wild and wonderful answers.
EnternalSoul EnternalSoul 46-50, M 33 Answers Sep 9, 2011

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Joan Rivers ?

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Very close ... nut nope

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Haahhahaha.

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The oldest living creature is a jellyfish believe it or not. The type of jellyfish is called the infinite jellyfish, because they are know to be able to revert there age and continue living. The oldest current infinite jellyfish is predicted to be at least 2thousand years old, or so.

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Just looked it up, That's insanely awsome :)

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Sequioa redwood

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Not a tree

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I was thinking tortoise perhaps.

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just what i was thinking

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Not a tortoise

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Not a totroise , even though they can live over 100 yrs +

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me

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LOL, actual there are two species that share this amazing life span ...

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The Galapogos land turtle, born November/ 15/ 1836.<br />
Harriet is her name. Cheers

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Its a Jelly fish and Lobster :)

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"the Intermountain or Western bristlecone pine. One member of this species, known as Methuselah, is thought to be the oldest living non-clonal organism on Earth."

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I like the idea, but would prefer either to eat the lobster of have the jelly fish as a pet.

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Joan Rivers

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crocodiles or aligators

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horseshoe crab. cyanobacteria. coelacanth? gingoka biloba?

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Jellyfish?

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Is that the same as a water bear?

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A Tuatara

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A breed of crab .<br />
Or bacteria if that's classed as a creature .

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Not a crab

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Not a bacteria .. specifically a living creature

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uhmmm....... a clam?

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Not a Clam ... This question is truly amazing when answered

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An ostrich?

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LOL

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Creature or thing?

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Definately a living creature ... alive and well today

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Probably some insect.

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Not an insect :)

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Gila monster or komodo dragon

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Not a gila or Komodo

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Ex-mother-in-law. I mean, she looks it. (Funny, I thought about her before I finished reading the question!)

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My mother in law. It has to be. She knows Everything.<br />
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It's the chicken

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Not a Chicken

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Amoeba ? Mosquito ?

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