What is the oldest known living mammal?


The oldest living mammal known was a bow head whale that was killed in a hunt. The whale was estimated to be 211 years old at the time of its death. Bow head whales are believed to be the mammals with the longest life span.
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Bowhead Whales are the most probable answer with some researchers believing that, left to their own devices away from man, they could reach the ripe old age of 200. Certainly on land
Bowhead Whales. One lived to be 211 years old. !
Bowhead Whales are considered the oldest living mammals in the world. Bowhead whales date 200 years.
Two-hundred and fifty million year-old bacteria. Bacillus permians. were revived from stasis after being found in sodium chloride crystals in a cavern in New Mexico. Russell Vreeland
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Although mammals share several features in common, Mammalia contains a vast diversity of forms. The smallest mammals are found among the shrews and bats, and can weigh as little as 3 grams. More >>
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