The 10 Oldest Living Things On Earth

Sturgeon

Age: 200 million years old

Sturgeon and related paddlefish have undergone remarkably little morphological change, indicating that their evolution has been slow and earning them informal status of “living fossils.” This is explained, in part, by their long inter-generation time, tolerance for wide ranges of water temperature and salinity, lack of predators due to size, and the abundance of prey items in their benthic environment

Add Comment