Sunday, October 13, 2013

Fact of the Day: Elderly Fish

The Red Snapper fish can live over 50 years old. The oldest known member of the species was 57. 

32 comments:

  1. Too much time for a fish , isn´t it? Kisses:)

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  2. wow, so old:) I hope they won't be fished until they are old:)

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  3. long live the Red Snapper fish! haha!

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  4. wow and dogs don't even make it to 20,sadly

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  5. Oh wow this definitely surprised me. I had no idea that a fish could have that sort of life span.

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  6. That's crazy, who knew fish could get so old? Thank you for stopping by my blog Adam!

    xxx
    E from Helsinki
    http://dragonflyelisabeth.blogspot.fi/

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  7. Really? I wish we can keep them in ponds.

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  8. In Red Snapper years, I have one good one left.

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  9. This is good news for the Red Snapper, but how does one tell how old a fish is!!:)

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    1. I assume maybe the ones that live in aquariums.

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  10. ia amazing how many years he can live Adam!

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  11. That one had a few anglers going.

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  12. wow, i didnt know!

    - A.
    adriannaislookingforastyle.blogspot.com

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  13. That is one interesting fact.

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  14. if they manage to escape from the fishermen....

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  15. wow, that's if no one catches and eats them first!

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  16. Wow! Love!
    Keep in touch!
    http://afinaskaterblogspotcom.blogspot.ru/

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