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The Shortest and Longest Lifespans of Animals

  • The Shortest and Longest Lifespans of Animals

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    Time. Tick tock. We live only a tiny fraction of time that our planet has been around for. Even humanity itself is very young. But life span is a really relative term: there are creatures on our planet that live much shorter lives than us humans, and those who outlive all of us by far… while some are close to immortality. See for yourself.

    Mayfly has the shortest lifespan on Earth — 24 hours or less. Greenland shark lives over 270 years. It's the longest-living vertebrate. But there are creatures who live over 2,000 years or even... forever! Yup, one of them is biologically immortal. It can go back to being polyp and grow up again infinitely...

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    The shortest living animal 0:28
    They have 7 stages of life 1:16
    The most popular jellyfish in the world 1:24
    They have no natural enemies 4:12
    The tallest living creature in the world 4:28
    The oldest goldfish 5:16
    Their arm span is bigger than their height 5:24
    They have a third eye on top of their heads 5:55
    Human-fish 6:28
    They can potentially live for hundreds of years 6:51
    They may have lived alongside dinosaurs 7:40
    The longest-living mollusk on Earth 8:51
    It has feet protruding from its belly 9:32
    The longest-living vertebrate 9:56
    It’s biologically immortal 10:21

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  • Which Animals Have the Shortest and Longest Lifespan

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    Time. Tick tock. We live only a tiny fraction of time that our planet has been around for. Even humanity itself is very young. But life span is a really relative term: there are creatures on our planet that live much shorter lives than us humans, and those who outlive all of us by far… while some are close to immortality. See for yourself.

    Mayfly has the shortest lifespan on Earth — 24 hours or less. Greenland shark lives over 270 years. It's the longest-living vertebrate. But there are creatures who live over 2,000 years or even... forever! Yup, one of them is biologically immortal. It can go back to being polyp and grow up again infinitely...

  • Comparison: Animal Lifespans

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    These are the average lifespans of these animals. Have you ever wondered how long a sheep's life span is? Or what about how long a Giant Tortoise can live for? Watch this video to find out!

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  • The Most Extreme Sleeping Hours Among Animals

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    Sloths have a reputation they need to maintain, and rumor has it that they sleep 15 to 19 hours a day! That's true about sloths in captivity. But did you know that wild sloths rarely sleep more than 10 hours a day? Being the slowest mammal in the world, the sloth needs a lot of time to find food and eat it.

    What about you? Do you sleep as much as a brown bat or as little as a goat? And how do you know? Let's figure it out and check which creatures are the most famous sleepyheads, and which can spend months without rest! And how about the animal that doesn’t sleep at all!

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    TIMESTAMPS:
    Snails 0:21
    Frogs 0:42
    Pythons 1:07
    Koalas 1:34
    Little Brown Bat 1:53
    Walruses 2:09
    Giant Armadillo 2:33
    North American Opossum 2:49
    Owl Monkey (aka Night Monkey) 3:16
    Tigers 3:37
    Squirrels 3:54
    Cats 4:14
    Frigatebirds 4:33
    Meerkats 4:59
    Otters 5:13
    Sloths 5:36
    Humans 5:59
    Sheep and goats 6:18
    Ants 6:35
    Elephants 6:51
    Giraffes 7:13
    Whales 7:43
    Orca Calves 8:01
    Dolphins 8:17

    SUMMARY:
    - Snails can slumber for up to 15 hours at a time, falling in and out of sleep. After that, a snail can be active for another 30 hours.
    - Frogs don't breathe, and their hearts don't beat throughout the cold winter months until spring comes.
    - Koalas aren't lazy, they just need a lot of energy to digest their high-fiber food!
    - Being nocturnal (active at night), little brown bats snooze upside down for up to 20 hours a day.
    - North American opossum can “play possum” for up to 4 hours! And they’re not really playing – the poor things get so scared, they pass out from shock.
    - Tigers spend more than 65% of their time slumbering!
    - Squirrels look playful and mega-active, but this appearance is partially deceptive. Most of their time, about 60% of the day, squirrels spend asleep!
    - Frigatebirds sleep for one minute, then wake up only to fall asleep again. That repeats until these 1-minute naps add up to 12 hours.
    - When meerkats sleep, they gather together in heaps. This way, the animals keep warm and protect the leaders, who always rest at the bottom of the pile.
    - We spend up to 25 years (1/3!) of our lives switched off. Not unless you’re a baby – then you’d be up there with tigers in the 16-hour range!
    - Ants have lots of 1-minute power naps during the day, which totals to about 5 hours.
    - Giraffes don't laze around: they only get about half an hour, at most, to avoid predators. This sleep is divided into several 5-minute naps taken throughout the day.
    - Baby orcas don't sleep at all during the first weeks or sometimes even months of their lives.
    - Dolphins do enter periods of deep sleep called logging. But even so, dolphins shut down just half of their brain and close only the eye that's opposite to the powered-down hemisphere.

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  • The Shortest and Longest Lifespans of Animals

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  • 5 Immortal Species

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    They say the only certain things in life are death and taxes. This isn’t necessarily true. Ageing, and by extension death, is caused at the most fundamental level by cells within our bodies losing the ability to repair themselves. This problem however is not present in all species. There are organisms living right now on this planet that don’t play by the same rules that we do, and are effectively immortal. These are 5 Immortal Species.
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  • How Long Animals Can Go Without Food

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    What animal can survive the longest without eating? Food equals fuel for every living being on Earth. But there are creatures that can live much longer — or much shorter — than we humans can without any “refueling.” For example, sharks only feed when necessary, being able to swim around hungry for 70 days. And they don’t eat much: 3-7 pounds per day is usually enough for a shark to be content.

    By the way, have you ever wondered how long can humans survive without food? Well, given enough water, we can go without food for about 2 months! It's not a long time, especially compared with creatures that survive the most extreme conditions on the planet and live happily without food or water for 30 years. Wow! How’s that for survival skills?

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  • Comparison - The Longest Lifespan of Animals

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  • 10 Oldest Living Creatures On Earth

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    Here are the 10 oldest living creatures ever discovered.

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    If a human makes it to 80 years, that's considered plenty old. But many long-lasting species see 80 years as mere infancy. Let's take a look at some of the oldest living creatures on the planet!

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  • Why Dogs Age Faster Than Us

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    The longest-living person was a woman who made it 122 years and 164 days. Which isn’t bad for a species with an average lifespan of 72 years. There was also a cat that set the record for the feline community by living to 38 years.

    Yet dogs aren’t so lucky, which means we humans, who’ve dubbed these loveable creatures as our best friends, really feel the sting. A 13-year-old person has their whole life ahead of them, yet a 13-year-old dog is considered a senior at that age! While we humans take up to 18 years to stop growing and developing, a dog is usually full-grown at 18 months!

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    TIMESTAMPS:
    How long dogs live ???? 0:46
    Why some animals live shorter 1:50
    Why dogs don’t live longer 3:53
    Small dogs VS. Large dogs 5:42
    Circling before lying down 7:56
    Rolling around in the grass 8:11

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    SUMMARY:
    - Most dogs live on average from 10 to 13 years, depending on the breed, of course.
    - For the 1st year of their life, dogs age 15 human years! Then they age about 4 human years with each birthday.
    - Aristotle believed that elephants lived longer than mice because they contained more liquid. Of course, the moisture thing wasn’t right, but his observations were pretty accurate overall: bigger animals do tend to live longer than smaller ones.
    - But let’s consider our parrot friends. They have an average lifespan of 20 to 50 years!
    - Larger species living longer could simply be a result of where they stand on the food chain. It takes elephants longer to grow because hardly anyone would dare to attack them, right?
    - Humans and canines have been friends for thousands of years. DNA suggests that wolves and dogs split around 100,000 years ago.
    - There’s a theory suggesting that dogs don’t live as long because they’re just so sociable! They live in packs, right? The way it usually goes is when a species lives in groups, they’re more likely to spread illnesses.
    - Large species like Saint Bernards and German Shepherds are more prone to hip dysplasia. Siberian Huskies can often develop immune problems.
    - Also, some breeds are younger than others, and they haven’t had enough time to evolve. The good thing is that our favorite animals are living longer these days than they used to.
    - Does your dog take a treat or a big cheekful of food from its bowl only to carry into another room to eat? Like a lot of strange things your dog does, it’s ancient instincts controlling their brain.
    - And that circling ritualistic thing they do before they lie down? Spinning in circles might happen for several reasons.
    - What about rolling around in the grass? When they smell something in the grass they can hunt, they’ll use the grass to mask their own scent and sneak up on their prey.

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  • These Are The Longest-Living Life-Forms On Earth

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    What is the true longest-living life-form? Tortoises, whales, and trees are all likely to be the winners. However, some microscopic species are the answer for this. They have been alive since before humans even existed — that's more than 200,000 years ago. Following is a transcript of the video.

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  • How Long Animals Can Live Without Water

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    What animals can survive without water? No species would exist without water, but some of them can go years without drinking a single drop. They stay hydrated just from the food they eat, while others can absorb liquid directly through their skin. For example. African dwarf frogs cannot survive out of water for longer than 20 minutes! These guys are bad swimmers, and they prefer shallow, slow-moving water where they can swim more easily.

    By the way, have you ever wondered how long can humans survive without water? Well, you can go without food for about 2 months but water is a different story. The average human can hold out about three days without water. We satisfy one fifth of our water needs from food, and 80% of our lungs consist of water. So, let’s make it a competition and see which creature will live the longest without water.

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  • The Smallest Mammals, Fish and Insects on Earth

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    What are the smallest animals in the world? We, humans, are so tiny compared to some creatures. Next to elephants or whales, we seem really small. But there are animals that are much smaller than us. Actually, some of them are so small that you can hardly spot them in the wild. For example, the smallest snake could easily be confused with an earthworm!

    So, welcome to the Microzoo where you’ll find the itsy-bitsiest, teeny-weeniest creatures that have ever existed – from a pint-sized elephant to a baseball-sized single-celled organism! But some of these pipsqueaks can compete with the most formidable hunters out there!

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    The smallest elephant 0:22
    The puniest member of the crocodilians 0:58
    Homo floresiensis 1:16
    The world’s littlest wildcat species 1:30
    The world’s smallest dog 2:21
    The dinkiest dinosaur 2:37
    The pygmy possum 3:23
    Bee Hummingbird 3:48
    The most miniature of all mammals 4:41
    The littlest octopus 5:04
    The smallest amphibian 5:34
    The world’s smallest scorpion 5:59
    The world's minutest insects 7:06
    The tiniest bacteria 7:50
    The nanobe 8:08

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  • Why do animals have such different lifespans? - Joao Pedro de Magalhaes

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    For the microscopic lab worm C. elegans, life equates to just a few short weeks on Earth. The bowhead whale, on the other hand, can live over two hundred years. Why are these lifespans so different? And what does it really mean to ‘age' anyway? Joao Pedro de Magalhaes explains why the pace of aging varies greatly across animals.

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  • All The Tallest And Longest Things Ever Existed on Earth

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    You ever wonder why people, plants, and animals only reach a certain height? Most of the Earth’s inhabitants can't grow too tall because of the pull of gravity. For example, if you were to double in size, you’d become 8 times heavier, and the force of gravity would crush you. Yet some amazing lifeforms manage to find a loophole in this gravitational law, growing tall and proud. You’ll be surprised and shocked to see them. You'll see some jaw-dropping giants in the video, but the largest living thing on our planet is neither an animal nor a plant.

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    Plants 1:08
    Redwoods - Hyperion 1:37
    Australian Mountain-Ash 2:56
    Animals 3:30
    The Giraffe 4:06
    The Blue Whale 5:05
    The Lion's Mane Jellyfish 5:33
    Prehistoric animals 6:27
    Humans 7:19
    Bonus: the largest living thing on Earth 9:24

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    SUMMARY
    -The tallest life forms on our planet are trees. Trees pretty much have one goal in life: to spend all their energy on growing taller than their neighbors.
    -The record holder among the redwoods is a tree with its own name: Hyperion. Discovered in 2006, this guy is so massive that you can’t even see the top.
    -The second-place medal for the world’s tallest tree species goes to the Australian Mountain-Ash, known in the scientific community as Eucalyptus regnans.
    -African bush elephants often reach a shoulder height of 13 feet.
    -The tallest living animal on Earth is the giraffe, whose leg alone is taller than the average human. Males grow up to 18 feet, and females are a bit shorter at around 14 feet tall.
    -The Blue Whale can reach a length of almost 100 feet! Their hearts are as big as a car, and their tongues weigh as much as a full-grown elephant.
    -The Lion's Mane Jellyfish can have up to 1,200 tentacles that grow as long as 120 feet.
    -The tallest member of the prehistoric animal family was the Sauroposeidon. Fossil records show that its height could reach 60 feet.
    -Born in 1868, John Rogan he towered at 8 foot 9 inches tall. There’s also Robert Wadlow, who is still the reigning champ of the tallest people ever to have lived. His nickname was The Giant of Illinois and he stood at 8 foot 11 inches.
    -The largest living thing on our planet is neither an animal nor a plant. That gold medal goes to the honey fungus.

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  • Top 10 OLDEST LIVING ANIMALS Throughout History

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    Welcome to Top10Archive! As they say, age is just a number, but in some instances, it’s an impressive figure that deserves some recognition. In the animal kingdom, beasts that survived upwards of a century without falling prey to predators have earned the praise of this installment, which tells the tales of the top ten oldest living animals throughout history.

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    9. Muja
    8. Greater
    7. Cookie
    6. Lin Wang
    5. J2 / Granny
    4. Charlie
    3. Henry
    2. George
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  • 10 Animals With Incredibly Short Lifespans

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    Here are 10 animals with incredibly short life spans.

     Humans often lament that life is too short, but compared to some of the creatures on Earth, ours is practically an eternity.


    Here are 10 animals with incredibly short spans of existence.


    Number 10. Houseflies. Those that actually have the benefit of living in a house survive the longest. The ones left to fend for themselves in the wild tend to not fare as well, and are more vulnerable to expiring earlier. Overall their expectancy range is between 15 and 30 days. 


    Number 9. Mayflies. They get to take it easy beneath the water for one long, carefree year, but when adulthood comes all of that changes. At that point they have as little as an hour left, and it’s entirely devoted to the successful spawning of the next generation. 


    Number 8. Worker Bees. Spring is a busy time for them, and all that flying around really takes its toll. Those out and about during that season only live for 5 to 6 weeks. The ones born just ahead of the slower days of winter can endure for over 5 months. 


    Number 7. Ants. Again, it’s the working class that passes the soonest. While queens can live to enjoy their reigns for upwards of 30 years, her humble servants can perish after only a bit over a month. 


    Number 6. Nothobranchius furzeri. The fish survives about 3 months, but in that time experiences a full growth and decline process. Those that occupy more humid environments do enjoy a longer stretch, but only by a matter of weeks. 


    Number 5. Gastrotrich. They live for a week or less, but do enjoy a full range of experiences. The poppy seed sized creatures grow, develop, find a mate, and have babies. Shortly after, their lives end simply because, per nature’s design, it’s time. 


    Number 4. Mosquito Fish. Throughout their existence they provide an important service, and one particularly of interest to humans – they eat mosquito larvae. Unfortunately, they’re not long for this world. Their life expectancy is only about a year. 


    Number 3. Brine Shrimp. Perhaps you know them better as Sea Monkeys. Anyone who takes them on as pets should know that they won’t be around for long. Maybe a few months. To make sure they have the best life possible, keep them in salty, room temperature water and feed them their favorites, yeast and green algae. 


    Number 2. Opossums. Those not in captivity and thus protected from any number of perils and predators only live about a year and a half. The ones that do need to fend off fatal enemies often do so by pretending that they’re already dead. 


    Number 1. Monarch Butterflies. The orange-winged beauties, for the most part, only grace the planet for between 4 and 6 weeks. Those born latest in the season are the exception, as they can carry on for up to 8 months. 

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  • Lifespan Comparison of Animals 2018

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    It is a commonplace that all organisms die. Some die after only a brief existence, like that of the mayfly, whose adult life burns out in a day, and others like that of the gnarled bristlecone pines, which have lived thousands of years. The limits of the life span of each species appear to be determined ultimately by heredity. Locked within the code of the genetic material are instructions that specify the age beyond which a species cannot live given even the most favourable conditions. And many environmental factors act to diminish that upper age limit.

    The maximum life span is a theoretical number whose exact value cannot be determined from existing knowledge about an organism; it is often given as a rough estimate based on the longest lived organism of its species known to date. A more meaningful measure is the average life span; this is a statistical concept that is derived by the analysis of mortality data for populations of each species. A related term is the expectation of life, a hypothetical number computed for humans from mortality tables drawn up by insurance companies. Life expectancy represents the average number of years that a group of persons, all born at the same time, might be expected to live, and it is based on the changing death rate over many past years.

    The concept of life span implies that there is an individual whose existence has a definite beginning and end. What constitutes the individual in most cases presents no problem: among organisms that reproduce sexually the individual is a certain amount of living substance capable of maintaining itself alive and endowed with hereditary features that are in some measure unique. In some organisms, however, extensive and apparently indefinite growth takes place and reproduction may occur by division of a single parent organism, as in many protists, including bacteria, algae, and protozoans. If these divisions are incomplete, a colony results; if the parts separate, genetically identical organisms are formed. In order to consider life span in such organisms, the individual must be defined arbitrarily since the organisms are continually dividing. In a strict sense, the life spans in such instances are not comparable to those forms that are sexually produced.

    The beginning of an organism can be defined by the formation of the fertilized egg in sexual forms; or by the physical separation of the new organism in asexual forms (many invertebrate animals and many plants). In animals generally, birth is considered to be the beginning of the life span. The timing of birth, however, is so different in various animals that it is only a poor criterion. In many marine invertebrates the hatchling larva consists of relatively few cells, not nearly so far along toward adulthood as a newborn mammal. For even among mammals, variations are considerable. A kangaroo at birth is about an inch long and must develop further in the pouch, hardly comparable to a newborn deer, who within minutes is walking about. If life spans of different kinds of organisms are to be compared, it is essential that these variations be accounted for. The end of an organism’s existence results when irreversible changes have occurred to such an extent that the individual no longer actively retains its organization. There is thus a brief period during which it is impossible to say whether the organism is still alive, but this time is so short relative to the total length of life that it creates no great problem in determining life span.

    Some organisms seem to be potentially immortal. Unless an accident puts an end to life, they appear to be fully capable of surviving indefinitely. This faculty has been attributed to certain fishes and reptiles, which appear to be capable of unlimited growth. Without examining the various causes of death in detail (see death) a distinction can be made between death as a result of internal changes (i.e., aging) and death as a result of some purely external factor, such as an accident. It is notable that the absence of aging processes is correlated with the absence of individuality. In other words, organisms in which the individual is difficult to define, as in colonial forms, appear not to age.

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  • The OLDEST DOGS In The World ????????

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    Meet the oldest dogs in the world. Dogs can live on average between 15 and 20 years, but you won't believe that there are dogs that exceed the average.

    Here the summary of the top 10 of the oldest dogs.

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    Max from Louisiana was a half blood dog, it was the result of a mixture between a Beagle, Dachshund and a Terrier. His owner was Janelle Deroune and bought it to a local sugar canes farmer in 1983.

    -Maggie
    She was born in Australia and was a big contender for the title of the Oldest Dog in the World by the Guinness World Record. However, because of a missing document that proves the date she was born, she couldn’t get it.

    -Bluey
    Bluey was a dog from Victoria, Australia. It’s true that there’re a lot of dogs that have lived more than this one but they didn’t have the necessary documentation to prove this fact so they couldn’t get the title in the Guinness World Record as this dog did.

    -Bella
    The adorable Bella lived in Derbyshire, England, and is one of the dogs that couldn’t get into the Guinness World Record Book because it didn’t have a certificated day of birth.

    -Taffy Gayle
    Brenda and Barney Harvill are a couple that couldn’t have a child. That’s why they decided to adopt a little poodle called Taffy Gayle.

    -Bramble
    Bramble was a Border Collie that hold the title for The Oldest Dog in the World by the Guinness World Record living 27 years and 211 days.

    -Adjutant
    This is a historic canine, because it was the oldest Labrador ever, its age was verified by the World Guinness Record Book. Can you imagine how old was this dog? 27 years and 98 days!

    -Buksi
    This cute dog was born in 1990 and its owners owns rooms for guests, place where it lived its whole life and was known as the oldest dog in Hungary.

    -Pusuke
    Pusuke is one of the dogs that had more titles of the Oldest Dog by the World Guinness Records. It lived 26 years and 248 days, which is equivalent to 125 dog years.

    -Jack
    Jack was born in the United Kingdom and was known as one of the oldest dogs in that country. Its owners, Ray Bunn and his wife, adopted him after one of their neighbors found the dog tied to a tree.

    -Meg
    This little Jack Russell obtained the title for The Oldest Dog in Great Britain. Meg lived in a farm until it was 18 months, when it was adopted by David Abrahams.

    These dogs probably will not be the biggest in the world or the best doing tricks, but thanks to the age they reached, they accompanied their owners for a long time, possibly from their childhood to adulthood and left a large gap in their lives.
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  • Animals With Highest Life Span | Oldest Longest Living Creatures Comparision

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    We present you 44 longest living #Animal species.

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    6. Ming The Clam
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    The Greenland shark has made countless headlines in recent years as the world’s oldest-living vertebrate, with some publications putting its age at up to 512 years. In a 2016 study, scientists radiocarbon dated the eye lenses of 28 specimens, and found one female to be an estimated 400 years old.

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    Back in 2009, scientists verified that deep-sea corals are some of the world’s oldest marine creatures, with the discovery of a 4,265-year-old black coral off the Hawaiian coast. The species in question, Leiopathes sp., is the older of two that the researchers collected. But at an estimated 2,742 years old, the other sample, a gold coral called Gerardia sp., was also found to be impressively ancient.

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    In mid-2018, researchers reported the alleged discovery of two ancient nematodes, or roundworms, who came back to life after spending roughly 40,000 years frozen in the Siberian permafrost and being thawed out in a scientific laboratory. This would make them the oldest living creatures on Earth, and would constitute the longest period an animal has survived being cryogenically frozen.

    1. Immortal Jellyfish
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    Mayfly have the shortest life on Earth; 24 hours or less. Greenland sharks live more than 270 years. It is one of the most ancient vertebrates. But there are creatures that live more than 2,000 years or even forever! Yes, one of them is biologically immortal. He can return to the polyp's stage, and grow infinitely again
    1- African elephant:

    The world's largest wildlife is 70 years old, and a recent study in Zimbabwe has found that African elephants can remain fertile until they die.


    2- Longfin fish:

    Its habitat is New Zealand and Australia and these snakes often live until the age of 60, where the oldest long-finned eel recorded 106 years, such as a Greenland shark grows very slowly and that is why it can grow so old.

    3- Parrot:

    Parrots can live up to 60-80 years, and most parrots are now threatened with extinction in the wild, and a number of them have already gone extinct due to the illegal bird-animal trade


    4- The Bodhis Pisces:

    The average age of bohod whales is 200 years and is the second largest mammal after the blue whale. They discovered its old age when a living animal with a spear that was more than 100 years old was found.

    5- The Immortal Jellyfish:

    A very unique jellyfish that can return to its early state when subjected to stress or injury, while this means that it is biologically immortal.


    6- Red Sea Urchin:

    The Red Sea hedgehogs are believed to be almost eternal, live long ages, and have been found in the shallow waters of the Pacific Ocean along the western coast of North America. These prickly little creatures have been known to live for more than 200 years.


    7- Koi fish:

    Koi usually lives for 25 to 30 years, but there are reports that they have reached more than 200 years. A famous Koi in Japan named Hanako died in 1977 and reported a study of one of the growth episodes Its benchmarks that it was 226 this made her older than the USA.

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    9-The glass sponge
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    10-Greenland shark
    was estimated to have lived for about 200 years, but a study published in 2016 found that it could live to 392 ± 120 years. That makes Greenland the shark longer than vertebrates

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    Now, we get into the life-forms that have been around since the dawn of humankind. First up are the bristlecone pines, which have been found to live for over 5,000 years.

    Then there's the King's Lomatia. An individual tree will only live for about 300 years, but this Tasmanian shrub can clone itself, creating younger versions of itself. Estimates suggest it has been living consecutively for over 43,000 years.

    In the Mediterranean, a species of seagrass, also known as Neptune Grass, is believed to be 200,000 years old.

    Fossil records suggest that's when the first modern humans, or Homo sapiens, started to roam the Earth.

    Now, since bacteria are also living forms, they are the true winners.

    Bacteria found frozen underground in Siberia are estimated to be about 500,000 years old. Shockingly, its DNA was intact and the bacteria were still alive and active.

    So, it looks like the gift of exceptional long life requires you to be spineless and microscopic.

    A fair trade? We'll let you decide.

    Music: What Must Be by Dhruva Aliman

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