World’s oldest aquarium fish: Methuselah, the Australian lungfish | USA TODAY

Methuselah the Australian lungfish enjoys a wide array of snacks and likes belly rubs.

The 4-foot, 40-pound fish is thought to be an evolutionary link between fish and amphibians due to the species having both lungs and gills.

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