The long nose gar, which has a long -standing mouth that protrudes like a long nose, is a freshwater fish from the American Grator Cleveland Aquarium in 1967. Ten years later, about 200 fry was born in the world’s first breeding aquarium, one of which is still alive. The oldest born on March 1, 1977 is nicknamed "Gar Grandfather" because it has been alive for nearly half a century, including the life of the Great Hanshin -Awaji Earthquake in 1995. By the way, this "Gar" has been updating the world’s oldest record in the long nose gar in 2014.