Monday, December 9, 2013

Fact of the Day: Eldery Carp

While the oldest proven age for a carp is about 65 years, there have been some reliable claims that some have reached almost a hundred years old. 

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  1. interesting. Dont know much about fish.
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  2. Wow, 100 years, he must be bored!!!

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  3. Had no idea a fish could live this long. Cool.

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  4. Goodness, that is old, didn't know that.

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  5. That's a long time for a human or a fish.

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  6. I bet they don't even diet or exercise, either.

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  7. Huh. I had no idea they lived that long.

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  8. Swimming in his own crap for 100 years, not fun

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  9. wow! I didn´t know a fish could live so many years. Have a nice day, Adam:)

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  10. That is a long time for a fish to live!

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  11. Still not old enough for a paleontology scale.

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  12. I've never had a fish live past a few weeks :(

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