The world is full of miracles. Today we are talking about the life span of biology. We ranked the typical biologies. One creature is living forever.
Bees: 4 weeks.
The average bee lifespan is 36 days in winter and 24 days in summer. During the wintering period in the north, worker bees are less active, and wintering bees that do not participate in larval feeding can live for five to six months.
Mosquitoes: 2 months
Female mosquitoes have a longer life span than male mosquitoes. Female mosquitoes have 2 months from egg to death, and male mosquitoes have only 1 month from egg to death.
Cottontail Rabbits: 12 years
Dogs: 13 years
Cats: 15 years
Armadillo: 15 years
Pandas: 20 years
Tigers: 25 years
Giraffe: 28 years
Horses: 30 years
Heterocephalus glaber : 31 years
The heterocephalus glaber is extremely ugly. It has no hair and is chunky, and its life span can reach 30 years, which is about ten times that of other rodents because they never experience physical deterioration until death. Maybe it can help humans stop aging in the future?
Rhino: 40 years
Rhino is one of the strongest and largest animals in terrestrial animals, and it is also the animal of the second continent. This animal has been subjected to wild poaching due to its rhino horns, often living below the age of 40.
Chimpanzees: 50 years
Chimpanzees are close relatives of humans. They are one of the four major apes. As higher-level primates that are closest to human blood, they are the most intelligent creatures other than humans today. Chimpanzees live about 50 years in the wild and over 60 years under artificial conditions.
Human male: 68.2 years
Human female: 73.2 years
Indian Elephants: 70 years
Tube Worm: 170 years
Red sea urchin: 200 years
Red sea urchins, also known as giant purple ball sea urchins, can only be found in the Pacific Ocean, mainly living on the west coast of North America. They live in shoal areas, sometimes on rocks, or in water that is 90 meters below the low tide line, but they do not stay in rough places. They use their body spurs to crawl on the seafloor as stilts. If you find a red sea urchin, remember to tell your elders because some individuals live longer than 200 years.
Lighthouse jellyfish: living forever
The Lighthouse jellyfish may be the only animal in the fountain of youth. Because it can transition from a mature adult stage back to an immature polyp stage and grow again.