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Best Answer junkseller says
Marie Flint says
Well, you gave it a good shot, Marie. Thanks for participating -- you made me giggle.
H C Palting says
Redwood trees can get pretty old and I know the Koi can live long, but neither of those is the correct answer. Thank you Express10.
Johnny Parker says
Hi Johnny. This is very interesting. It is sad the Oak was destroyed. I love Oak trees.
Hope she does not see your answer, Kathleen. LOL
Wow! A 2,000,000 year old skeleton? That is amazing. No, it is not the cockroach. This is ONE thing and is the oldest living thing on Earth. It has been living longer than any other thing.
I heard this in a lecture by Dr. Semir Osmanigich, the expert on the Bosnian Pyramid. Dr. "Sam" was in little Rock a couple of years ago.
I will have to try and find some info on this finding. It is so interesting.
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Phyllis Doyle Burns says
The Examiner-1 says
Good answer, Kevin, for Mother Earth is very much alive. But what is the oldest living thing ON Earth?
Hmmmmm ... good thinking, Kevin.
It sounds like you may not like that so I will say insects.
Ah hahaha, Kevin, I admire your determination. Nope on insects. :)
Ocean life (fish, plants, etc.).
Weeds and grass.
LOL .... Nope.
There is an old, large turtle which lives at the very bottom of the sea, I believe in the darkest part there is. There is only one of its type.
Or the Loch Ness monster. lol
I love turtles and Nessie -- but, nope.
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