Animal Longevity

Animal longevity is still in many ways a mystery to the various areas of science. Each species of animal has its own cycle and this confers even characteristics of these living beings. There are several things that determine how much living beings live, not always live longer is a matter of evolutionary success, but it is a fact that the more you live, the greater the possibility of leaving your genetic mark in this world, because more time in thesis , This animal will have.

In this article you can compare the different longevity rates between animals. Before you go, answer, which animal do you think lives the most?

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See animal longevity in these examples.

Man is among the mammals that can live the most (up to 115 years – at least recorded so far)
Turtles can live up to 152 years
Puppies can live up to 12 years
Arara can live up to 63 years
Donkeys can live up to 12 years
Sheep can live up to 15 years
Rabbits can live up to 12 years
Crows can live up to 69 years
Squirrels can live up to 11 years
Cats can live up to 17 years
Dolphins can live up to 65 years
Lions can live up to 25 years
Rats can live up to 3 years
Bears can live up to 30 years
Deer can live up to 10 years
Rhinos can live up to 70 years
Ostriches can live up to 50 years
Kangaroos can live up to 7 years
Horses can live up to 30 years
Owls can live up to 24 years
Elephants can live up to 60 years
Chickens can live up to 7 years
Giraffes can live up to 10 years
Gorillas can live up to 20 years
Pigs can live up to 10 years
Tigers can live up to 25 years
Cows can live up to 15 years
Zebras can live up to 15 years
Turtles can live up to 1500 years

The image below shows a comparative picture of the life span of the animals. Follow

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