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Research: The Strange Biology of the Fish That Lives for a Century – lintelligencer

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French researchers have found that an unusual fish, the coelacanth, can live up to a century, doesn’t fully mature until it reaches age 45, and spends years in the womb. Coelacanths are nicknamed, “living fossils.”
Previously, it was estimated that the…

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