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Ghostly Deep Sea Fish Surprises Scientists Again—It Can Live for 100 Years – Gizmodo

Coelacanths, once presumed extinct, likely don’t even reach maturity until around age 50.

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A team of French researchers has found that the little-understood coelacanth can live for a century. Not only that, but the fishs whole lifespan appears to be stretched, as it spends years in the womb and doesnt fully mature until at least age 45.
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