Meet the Tuatara
“Tuatara, Nga Manu, Waikanae, New Zealand, 15 April 2006” – Photo: PhilipC, Contrast Enhanced: Samsara (Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic)
The tuatara is often referred to as a living fossil because his buddies went extinct around 100 million years. They live in New Zealand and there are two species.
There have been reports of tuataras living up to 200 years. Henry the proud new father in the video below is 111!
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