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Guinness World Records

What is the oldest living land animal?

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Joe Johnston
2020-04-30 20:19:53

It’s a tortoise. He’s either 187 or 188. His name’s Jonathan.

He hatched in the Seychelles archipelago around 1832, and he moved to the island of St. Helena in 1882 (he was a gift to the governor), where he’s lived ever since.

He’s quite a guy. He’s older than cars and planes. He eats bananas, lettuce, and other fruits and vegetables. When World War I began, he was 82. He likes to listen to people play tennis.

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taniarobert
2020-05-13 12:13:21

It is Jonathan the Giant Tortoise

He is currently 188 years old and is honoured to be the worlds oldest living animal

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VerMaks 313
2020-05-15 14:40:32

Według mnie najstraszniejsze lądowe zwierze jakie może w naszych czasach żyć to Puma.

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Anonymous
2020-05-13 01:28:21

The tortoise

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Anonymous
2020-05-15 14:30:31

a turtle sharks whales can live for 200 years but the longest is jellyfish like the boxer jellyfish it last for 400 - 1200 years old

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Anonymous
2020-05-14 13:39:20

its your mother thats the oldest living animal on the earth you morons!

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Anonymous
2020-05-13 07:47:13

scorpion

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Anonymous
2020-05-13 06:11:18

its jelly fish no turtle or tortoise

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Anonymous
2020-05-20 19:36:15

Many of the other people that answered thought it was a turtle actually it is a bowhead whale.Also known as artic whale,the bow head is the by far the oldest living animal on earth.Some bowhead whales have been found with the tips of ivory spears still lodged in their flesh from failed attemps by whalers 200 years ago. The oldest living bowhead whale is 211 years old.

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Anonymous
2020-05-16 22:19:31

A certain type of jellyfish continue their life cycles when they get older they can go back to being young. Might not be oldest animal though

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Anonymous
2020-05-16 12:08:52

bowhead whales

Also known as the Arctic whale, the bowhead is by far the longest living mammal on Earth. Some bowhead whales have been found with the tips of ivory spears still lodged in their flesh from failed attempts by whalers 200 years ago. The oldest known bowhead whale was at least 211 years old.

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Anonymous
2020-05-13 00:57:15

turtles

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Anonymous
2020-05-13 00:40:54

It’s bugs XD


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