How old was the world's oldest greater flamingo?

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Greater was the world's oldest greater flamin­go, residing at the Adelaide Zoo in Ade­laide, Aus­trali­a. It was at least 83 years old, having arrived at the zoo from either Cairo or Hamburg in either 1933, 1930, 1925, or 1919, at which point it was already a ful­l-­grown adult. On October 29, 2008, Greater was attacked and beaten by four teenager­s. In late January 2014, Greater's health de­te­ri­o­rat­ed even further, and the decision was made to eu­th­a­nize Greater.

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