It is listed by the National Marine Fisheries Service as “endangered” under the auspices of the United States’ Endangered Species Act.In an article by science writer Ned Rozell of the Geophysical Institute at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, a whale was analyzed with an age of 211 years.Ocean quahogs live in water between 25 and 1,300 feet deep.
[Source] It lives entirely in fertile Arctic and sub-Arctic waters, unlike other whales that migrate to feed or reproduce to low latitude waters.
[Source] Adwaita (meaning “one and only” in Sanskrit) (c.
1750 – 23 March 2006) was the name of a 250 kg (550 pound) male Aldabra giant tortoise in the Alipore Zoological Gardens of Kolkata, India.
She’s lived through both world wars, seen humankind land on the moon and witnessed the birth of the Internet.
So it may come as a surprise to some to learn that there are animals that have lived far longer than Jeanne and thus, any confirmed human being for that matter.