Mysterious coelacanth fish can live for 100 years – study

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Research sheds more light on the giant ‘living fossils’ once thought extinct but which have survived since the age of the dinosaurs

The coelacanth – a giant, mysterious fish that has survived since the time of the dinosaurs – can live for 100 years, a study has found.

The slow-moving fish, which grow to be the size of a human, are nicknamed a “living fossil”, and also grow at a very slow pace.

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