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Scientists believe the key to longevity lies in our genes

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Dauphin based photographer Debora Crammond after photographing plains bison near Lake Audy in Riding Mountain National Park on a warm April day. (Tim Smith/The Brandon Sun)
Culinary student Jessi Coulter throws some octopus on the barbecue at Assiniboine Community College. (Chelsea Kemp/The Brandon Sun)
Jemima (Mime) Westcott, 108, took part in a study on longevity.