06 March 2017

• Thought That Clam Was A Bit Chewy? Maybe It Was 500 Years Old!

“Ocean quahogs are among the slowest-growing and longest-living animals on Earth, typically reaching 100 to 200 years of age.

“The oldest known ocean quahog was aged at 507….”

Please visit this link to read the full article: NOAA

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