Meet Jonathan, At 190 He Is The Oldest-Known Animal In The World
The oldest known living terrestrial animal in the world, Jonathan has lived through:
- the terms of all 14 Maltese Prime Ministers;
- two World Wars;
- the invention of the light bulb;
- Malta’s British occupation AND part of the French occupation.
In fact, he hatched in the Seychelles in circa 1832, making him an astounding 190 years old. Too bad he did not play Lottoland’s Cash4Life draw, that pays €1000 every day. Ahh well, there were no shell phones and internet when he turned 18 anyway.
But you get the point… Unlike many other operators, when Lottoland say “for life”, they mean for life! So, if you make it to the ripe old age of 190 too, you could continue waking up €1000 richer every day starting now. One entry costs €2.50 only.
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The offer must be redeemed by clicking on and signing up through the link provided in the article above. The offer is available to new players only and only redeemable once per player. The promotion expires on 31st January 2023 at 23:59 CET. These terms are supplemental to Lottoland’s Promotional Terms and Conditions.
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