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What is the oldest living thing on Earth?


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    Phyllis Doyle Burns (Phyllis Doyle) 3 years ago

    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.


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    Phyllis Doyle Burns (Phyllis Doyle) 3 years ago

    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.

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    Phyllis Doyle Burns (Phyllis Doyle) 3 years ago

    Well, you gave it a good shot, Marie. Thanks for participating -- you made me giggle.

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    Phyllis Doyle Burns (Phyllis Doyle) 3 years ago

    Hope she does not see your answer, Kathleen. LOL

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    Phyllis Doyle Burns (Phyllis Doyle) 3 years ago

    Hi Johnny. This is very interesting. It is sad the Oak was destroyed. I love Oak trees.

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