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This 200-Year-Old ‘Monster’ Could Be The Oldest Creature On Earth

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A creature is making headlines after being discovered in a cave in China, thought to be the oldest living thing on Earth after it was accidentally discovered when a man entering the cave stepped on it.
The giant salamander was named Wa Wa Yu and is 1.3 meters long. It was discovered in the Chongquing district in southwest China.
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A creature is making headlines after being discovered in a cave in China, thought to be the oldest living thing on Earth after it was accidentally discovered when a man entering the cave stepped on it.
The giant salamander was named Wa Wa Yu and is 1.3 meters long. It was discovered in the Chongquing district in southwest China.
It’s been estimated that the creature is roughly 200 years old, making it the oldest living being on Earth.
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It’s been estimated that the creature is roughly 200 years old, making it the oldest living being on Earth.
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