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Thaao, the oldest Andean condor in captivity, (1930-2010) lived at Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo

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Cookie, a male Major Mitchell's Cockatoo, hatched on June 30, 1933 in Australia, now lives at Brookfield Zoo, near Chicago, Illinois.

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Cookie's species lives about 40-60 years in captivity. He was retired from exhibition in 2009 and now lives in the keepers' office.

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Wisdom, the world's oldest Laysan albatross, born in 1951, banded in 1956, hatched more than 30 chicks.

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Albatrosses mate for life, but Wisdom could find one or two new partners in the last fifty years, because these birds have a lifespan of 15-40 years.

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Old Billy, an English stallion, the oldest known horse ever lived. Old Billy was born in 1760, and worked as a barge horse until his death on November 27, 1822.

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(The painting by W. Taylor is from Atlas Obscura.)

Creme Puff (August 1967-August 2005), a female cat owned by Jake Perry, lived for 38 years and 3 days.

Jake had another long-lived cat named Granpa, who have been born in 1964 and died in 1998.