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. 

17 comments:

PAPS said...

interesting. Dont know much about fish.
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Bob Bushell said...

Wow, 100 years, he must be bored!!!

Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

Wow, that's a long life!

Optimistic Existentialist said...

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

Margaret D said...

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

Debra She Who Seeks said...

And the oldest ones join CAARP.

Christine said...

Wow who knew?

stephen Hayes said...

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

A Beer for the Shower said...

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

Dana said...

Huh. I had no idea they lived that long.

Pat Hatt said...

Swimming in his own crap for 100 years, not fun

Holy Ghost Writer said...

That is one long lifespan

Pilar Domínguez said...

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

Rowena @ rolala loves said...

That is a long time for a fish to live!

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Anna and Klaudia said...

great fact!! :)

Unknown said...

Still not old enough for a paleontology scale.

Theresa Mahoney said...

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