OLDEST CAPTIVE ALLIGATOR IN THE WORLD MARKS 83 YEARS IN BELGRADE ZOO
Muja, the world’s oldest captive alligator, swims in a tiny pool in Belgrade’s zoo for 83 years. Muja has lived through several bombing campaigns.
Zookeepers don’t know his exact hatch day, but Muja came in Belgrade in August 1937.
According to the Zookeepers, they believe that Muja is over 90 now.
The reptile came from a German zoo.
Moscow zoo’s famous Saturn, born in 1936, has died in May, making Muja the world’s oldest captive alligator.