How old do fish live?

What is the oldest fish in the world?

As for the current holder of the record for oldest fish in the sea, it’s the Greenland shark. A 2016 study examining these cold-water sharks’ eyes found one female estimated to be nearly 400 years old—good enough to hold the record for the oldest known vertebrate not just under the sea but anywhere on the planet.

How long do small fish live in a tank?

But just to give you an idea of what we mean, some fish live a few hours, and some live 10-15 years in a tank. The small fish most commonly sold in pet stores are extremely young. They’re usually only 2-3 months old. This early stage of their life is crucial, because they’re still developing into adults.

Do fish get bored living in a tank?

If the aquarium is too small, or bare of plants, rocks, substrate etc. and it has no outlet for natural behaviours, then yes – they will get bored. We often get fish from people who keep them in tanks that are dull and too small.

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What is the oldest living animal on earth right now?

This tortoise was born in 1777. Jonathan, a Seychelles giant tortoise living on the island of Saint Helena, is reported to be about 189 years old, and may, therefore, be the oldest currently living terrestrial animal if the claim is true.

Which is the most poisonous fish in the world?

The most venomous known fish is the reef stonefish. It is an ambush predator which waits camouflaged on the bottom. The beautiful and highly visible lionfish uses venomous barbs around its body as a defence against predators.

How old is the oldest human?

The oldest living person, Jeanne Calment of France, was 122 when she died in 1997; currently, the world’s oldest person is 118-year-old Kane Tanaka of Japan.

What is a good first fish pet?

The 15 Best tropical fish for beginners are:

  • Guppy.
  • Molly.
  • Zebra danios.
  • Dwarf Gouramis.
  • Bettas.
  • Catfish.
  • Swordtails.
  • Firemouth Cichlid.

Which animal can live the most?

Here we list ten animals that would have the longest lifespans living under ideal circumstances.

  • Greenland Shark.
  • Bowhead Whale. …
  • Koi Fish. …
  • Red Sea Urchin. …
  • Galapagos Giant Tortoise. …
  • Longfin Eel. …
  • African Elephant. …
  • Macaw. Recognisable by their brightly covered feathers, macaws are members of the parrot family. …

Do fish ever fart?

Most fish do use air to inflate and deflate their bladder to maintain buoyancy which is expelled either through their mouth or gills which can be mistaken for a fart. … Point being – No farts.

Do fish like music?

Do fish likes music? Fish appreciates music, and it affects them in several ways. Fish are attracted to particular vibrations, sounds, and they behave or respond to music or sonar in many ways.

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Can a fish hear you?

However, yes, they can hear your voice.

They just know someone is speaking. They can associate sounds with action, though. For example, if you are to say your betta fish’s name – let us call him George – each time you sprinkle food in his aquarium, he will eventually associate the sound of “George” with food.

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