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Longevity claims are claims to extreme longevity (usually 110 or older) that either cannot be verified, or for which only inconclusive evidence is available, but for which a slight possibility exists that they could be true or partially true (for example, if someone claimed to be 118 but turned out to be 114). For claims above age 130 (considered scientifically impossible to be true) and those already proven false, please see longevity myths.
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