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Aquarium fish in San Francisco may be 100 years old, study finds

  • Methuselah, an Australian lungfish at Cal Academy's Steinhart Aquarium, is the world's oldest living fish in an aquarium at 92 years old.
  • Methuselah has been in Steinhart Aquarium since November 1938 and has outlived over 200 other fish from Australia and Fiji. The DNA age clock developed through this research could predict the maximum age of the species.
  • Methuselah serves as an important ambassador, educating and sparking curiosity in visitors worldwide. This study opens up possibilities for researching the longevity of rare and endangered animals and could be applied to other vertebrate species.
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