These Are the World’s Oldest Living Animals
A 91-year-old Australian lungfish named Methuselah and a 190-year-old tortoise are among the oldest living animals in the world. A 30-year-old guard dog is certified by Guinness World Records as the oldest living dog. At 30 years old, Cain is the oldest known male howler monkey in human care in the United States. Dalai the Llama has reached the ripe age of 27, making him the oldest living llama in captivity.