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Guinness Book of World Records: Meet the world’s oldest living tortoise

Jonathan, of St Helena Island, British Overseas Territory, has been named as the world’s oldest living land animal by the Guinness Book of World Records. The chelonian is believed to have been born in 1832, so he is turning 190 years old this year. Tu’i Malila, a radiated tortoise, was the previous oldest chelonian who lived at least 188 years. Cabbage, cucumber, carrot, apple, and other seasonal fruits are among Jonathan’s favourite foods.

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