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There was a part in Days of Future Past that actually showed Wolverine dying at the thought age of 75 (he looked late 40's early 50's) in which the Wolverine's body is instantly incinerated by a Sentinel's blast leaving only the Adamantium skeleton.

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There was a part in Days of Future Past that actually showed Wolverine dying at the thought age of 75 (he looked late 40's early 50's) in which the Wolverine's body is instantly incinerated by a Sentinel's blast leaving only the Adamantium skeleton.

Here's an image of the event from Thaddeus Howze's answer:

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There was a part in Days of Future Past that actually showed Wolverine dying at the thought age of 75 (he looked late 40's early 50's) in which the Wolverine's body is instantly incinerated by a Sentinel's blast leaving only the Adamantium skeleton.

Here's an image of the event from Thaddeus Howze's answer:

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There was a part in Days of Future Past that actually showed Wolverine dying at the thought age of 75  (he looked late 40's early 50's) in which the Wolverine's body is instantly incinerated by a Sentinel's blast leaving only the Adamantium skeleton.

Here's an image of the event from Thaddeus Howze's answer:

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There was a part in Days of Future Past that actually showed Wolverine dying at the thought age of 75(he looked late 40's early 50's) in which the Wolverine's body is instantly incinerated by a Sentinel's blast leaving only the Adamantium skeleton.

There was a part in Days of Future Past that actually showed Wolverine dying at the thought age of 75  (he looked late 40's early 50's) in which the Wolverine's body is instantly incinerated by a Sentinel's blast leaving only the Adamantium skeleton.

Here's an image of the event from Thaddeus Howze's answer:

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There was a part in Days of Future Past that actually showed Wolverine dying at the thought age of 75(he looked late 40's early 50's) in which the Wolverine's body is instantly incinerated by a Sentinel's blast leaving only the Adamantium skeleton.