• DID YOU KNOW Crocodile do not die of old age because they do not age biologically.
Instead they die either of starvation or diseases
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    • Yeah no one dies of “old age”. They die of complications from old age.
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    • :(
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    • Yeah humans don’t die of age either it’s also disease or something else
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    • This sounds like bullshit but I don’t know enough about crocodile biology to confirm or deny
      Noons_n 10 aug
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    • I May be wrong but I think that’s BS all cells die eventually and as they start firing than the cells that they create out of them have the same problems that the first cells had
      The_Z 8 aug
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    • this isn't necessarily fact. there isn't enough research done around crocodile lifespan, so this is theorized, but not fact.
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    • Every system degrades eventually, parts of aging are from physics that everything obey.
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    • That seems like a croc... Of shit.
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    • If they don’t age biologically then how the fuck do they grow? Metaphorically? Someone help 😂
      CapJack 8 aug
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    • REQUIRED InfoChecker
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    • Why aren’t we researching how to make humans immortal. Seriously, no interest at all?
      Flubnub3 8 aug
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    • Not entirely true but not entirely false, the avg lifespan of a crocodile is 30-40 years on smaller species and 70-100, even 100+ in larger species. The bigger they are, the longer they live it seems (makes some sense) but what’s weird is... it’s not accurate...? (1/2)
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    • So, theoretically, if we were to have somewhat of the same DNA as a crocodile, we would oil to age biologically. Off we somehow combined the DNA, I’m sure we can figure that out. Now there’s something for scientists to think about/do because of quarentine.
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    • So what I'm hearing is we need to have scientist figure out what part of there dna makes them live so long and splice that part with humans
      kman01 8 aug
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    • That explains why Hillary Clinton isn’t dead
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    • That’s fucking bullshit
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    • So pretty much the hulks?
      Sdvix 8 aug
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    • Now is this true something really cool because it's kind of hard to believe something doesn't biologically age after a certain point unless if it's like a robot and still they have their expiration date when they rust or their wire Short circuit or when the power goes out. So I did some research
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    • The book of mormon is not an addendum to the words of christ. You're following other than christ if there is a bunch of new things added.
      chiln 8 aug
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    • Yea but as they get older they're more prone to certain diseases like us
      xWASSUPx 8 aug
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    • They must have incredibly large chromosomes buffer ends
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    • It means that bodily functions don’t weaken and cells continue to replenish, unlike humans who have a biological shelf life regardless of external factors
      Dood 8 aug
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    • What if you keep a pet crocodile and keep it as healthy as possibly and feed it everyday? You have an immortal croc
      Dr_Durag 9 aug
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    • So in theory..... If we could cure the "diseases" and make sure it doesn't die IN THEROY we could have a reptile that lives forever.......... I like it.
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    • Going to name my M4 “old age” and put it to the test
      iixxu 8 aug
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    • Can someone explain why this is possible for crocodiles and if humans could someday do this
      SergeyT 8 aug
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    • Jellyfish too
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    • No. Everything wears out.
      Nik04 10 aug
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    • pop_tort 8 aug
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    • ...they also die from being crushed under the weight of their own bodies
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    • This is false.
      PoThePo 10 aug
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    • First step to immortality
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    • content not available more
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    • And Jellyfish
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    • So technically we could gene splice and have people live forever
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    • Just as long as I don’t die by crocodile.
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    • I wonder what the oldest crocodile alive is
      NGaiged 8 aug
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    • Is this canon?
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    • Yeah this claim is bullshit. Crocodiles definitely age and have a maximum age of around 70
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    • Ok so I'm gonna explain a bit further. They don't age as in they don't get weaker with age. They do in fact grow bigger with age instead. Due to this they need a larger and larger amount of food to fuel this constant growth or else they die of starvation. Point being if one where given an infinite..
      LewdRuler 10 aug
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    • So we’ve never seen a full size gator
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    • wut
      Yalloyin 8 aug
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    • That’s scary
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    • oooooohhhh infochecker
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    • The reason they die of starvation eventually is due to old and broken teeth, they can't chew and can only thrash and tear chunks off and swallow it whole
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    • Did you know that whales don't die of old age they get to old to swim and then just drown
      yeet1943 11 aug
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    • Like sharks!
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    • I’ll pretty sure that this isn’t true, considering that alligators in captivity still die and they’re taken care of.
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    • Well that's sad
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    • I thought this was debunked.
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    • Same with lobsters, jellyfish and a certain queen of England
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    • So I could just protect a crocodile from starvation and disease and pass down the crocodile to my children and their childrens children
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    • Dont they just keep growing till their organs just fail to keep up?
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    • How long do those bastards live and is it simple as injecting crocodiles blood to my veins ? What about alligators
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    • Didn’t believe it tbh but it’s true
      Ficto10 10 aug
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    • So was no one gonna tell me that crocodiles are technically immortal or was I just supposed to find it out on iFunny
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    • Good
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    • @infochecker
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    • What
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    • If they didn’t age biologically they would hatch at that size
      PipRoar 8 aug
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    • Not like most creatures die of old age anyways
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    • I got 3 bears and 10,000 rats
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    • Same with your mom lmao
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    • We’re fucked
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    • It feels like im seeing the same people comment
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    • Lizard man may have been onto something
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    • Lizard so angry it refuses to age, baffles biologists.
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    • I hate cock
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    • Thanks for the thought
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    • Did you know that's a fuckin alligator not a crocodile
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    • We need to be studying that shit
      DCummi 8 aug
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    • Actually not true, telomerase inactivation cause old age and the only cells that any animals have that have active telomerase are stem cells
      jpru 8 aug
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    • Wait so they can live forever!?
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    • Lobsters don't die of old age
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    • Nothing dies from "being old", that statement applies to everything
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    • I wish people were like that, don’t age just live plague to plague until the Rona get you.
      thrusts 8 aug
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    • You removed my comment for attempting to fact check?
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    • Lobsters too
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    • So if they did not die of disease and there was plentiful food....they would be immortal?
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    • Plus humans got this planet fucked up enough
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    • What do you think the term refers to? It doesnt mean 100 is a magic number that slays you if you live that long.
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    • Just a random question, do you guys think there will be a way in the near future to become immortal, not invincible but basically live for a hell lot longer?
      oof_oo 11 aug
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    • Where the FUCK is InfoChecker when you need him the most?
      Jer_meme 11 aug
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    • The imortal jellyfish
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    • So what I’m hearing is that theoretically, a crocodile, if under the right conditions, could live forever
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    • Most deep ocean life has weird longevities that do that, they found a 500 gear old living shark not too long ago... or was living shark...
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    • So they're Immortal?
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    • Did you know that those who died from corona virus, did not die from it, but from underlying health problems - and would have died anyway if they got a regular flu? It’s only reported that way to destroy the economy that broke all records since Trump was elected.
      AlikMalix 11 aug
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    • I guess it's RNA is really tough maybe.
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    • ....WHAT?!
      CC19 11 aug
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    • Nothing is immortal - radioactive decay exists
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    • No. The maximum life span of a Salt Water Crocodile is about 130 years
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    • So captive crocodiles could theoretically live forever?
      cyco 11 aug
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    • *Crocodiles. Stuped ass fuking reatard
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    • Oldest alligator was 80
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