In details

Life time of animals



Galapagos Tortoise: up to 170 years old

Introduction

The life span of animals varies from species to species. Several factors can influence the life of an animal such as diseases, climate, amount of food, habitat conditions, among others. The following is a relationship with and average life span, considering normal living conditions of the animal in its natural habitat.

Species and life span (on average)

MAMMALS

Male - 70 to 90 years old

Donkey - 12 years old

Dog - 12 years old

Camel - 50 years old

Kangaroo - 8 years old

Aries - 14 years old

Horse - 30 years old

Squirrel - 11 years old

Cat - 15 years old

Giraffe - 15 years old

Gorilla - 23 years old

Hippo - 40 years old

Wild boar - 25 years old

Leo - 20 years old

Mule - 30 years old

Pig - 10 years old

Fox - 20 years old

Rat - 4 years old

Rhino - 70 years old

Cow - 14 years old

BIRDS

Ostrich - 50 years old

Owl - 23 years old

Crow - 65 years old

Parrot - 75 years old

Woodpecker - 16 years old

Penguin - 30 years old

Seagull - 30 years old

Great Egret - 50 years old

REPTILES

Crocodile - 70 years old

Turtle - 100 years old

Boa - 22 years old

Lizard - 13 years old

Galapagos Tortoise - 170 years old

INSECTS

Male Bee - From 4 to 5 Months

Silkworm - 15 days

Grasshopper - 7 months

Ant - 1 year

Fruit Fly - 50 days

Leggings - Female (30 days), Male (8 days)

Amphibians

Frog: 10 to 12 years old (common toad) and 10 to 15 years old (cane toad).

Frog: 9 years old

Bull frog: between 12 and 14 years old.

Salamander - 25 years old

Japanese salamander - between 35 and 40 years old.

FISH

Trutra - 23 years old

Giant shark - 25 years old

Solea fish (sole) - 70 years old

Eel - 40 years old