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Shortest and Longest Life Span of Creatures on Earth – theilluminiate

Shortest and Longest Life Span of Creatures on Earth

There are many creatures living on the Earth along with us. In that some has much shorter lives than humans and those who outlive all of us by far. In this article I discussed about some creatures those are living on Earth and their life span with some other information.
  
Male Fly:
Life Span: 24 hours or less
Male fly has the shortest lifespan on earth.
Drone Ant:
Life Span: 3 Days
Drone Ant is the shortest living among ants.
Male Mosquito:
Life Span: 1 Week
It doesn’t drink blood of humans.
Housefly:
Life Span: 15 to 25 Days
It can lay up to a 1000 eggs in its lifetime.
Female Mosquito:
Life Span: 1 Month
It drinks human blood.
Dragonfly:
Life Span:  4 Months
The largest extinct dragonfly had a wing span of 30 inches.
Bed Bug:
Life Span:  Up to 6 Months
They have 7 stages of life.
Moon Jellyfish:
Life Span:  Up to 18 months
The most popular jelly fish in the world
House Mouse:
Life Span:  1 Year
It can squeeze into a 1/4 inch hole.
Panther chameleon:
Life Span: 1 Year
Panther chameleon has shortest liver among reptiles.
Mole:
Life Span: 3 Years.
Moves have kitchens where they store food.
Pigeon:
Life Span: 4 Years
Homing Pigeons are easy to train for mail delivery.
  
Honeybee:  
Size: Up to 0.6 inch (7cm)
Life Span:  5 Years
Hive mind gives them a sort of telepathy.
Dumbo Octopus:
Size: Up to 8inch (20cm)
Life Span:  5 Years
Their Dumbo Ears are fins at the top.
Red Panda:
Size: Up to1.8ft (55cm)
Life Span: 7 Years
They use their tails to cover from cold.
Opossum:
Size: Up to 37inch (94cm)
Life Span: 8 Years
Chicken:
Size: Up to 3ft (90cm)
Life Span:  9 Years
The most popular poultry in the world.
Kangaroo:
Size: Up to 9ft (2.75m)
Life Span: 10 Years
They can use their tail as a lever to box with their hind legs.
Hummingbird:
Size: Up to 2.5inch (6cm)
Life Span: 12 Years
Their hearts make 1200 beats per minute.
Cheetah:
Size: Up to 5ft (150cm)
Life Span: 12 Years
The fastest land animal alive.
Brushtail Possum:
Size: Up to 20inch
Life Span: 13 Years
These are related to kangaroos.
Dog:
Size: Up to 30inch (76cm)
Life Span: 13 years
The Great Dane can reach over 7 feet standing on its hind legs.
Tiger:
Size: Up to 4ft (120cm)
Life Span: 15 years
The largest one of the cat species.
Domestic Cat:
Size: Up to 10inch (25cm)
Life Span: 16 years
Maine Coons reach over 3 feet in body length.
Platypus:
Size: Up to 20inch (50cm)
Life Span: 7 years
The only venomous mammal in the world.
Cow:
Size: Up to 6ft (180cm)
Life Span: 20 years
Knickers the steer is the tallest bovine ever with 6 feet 4 inches in height.
Lion:
Size: Up to 4ft (120cm)
Life Span: 20 years
Females usually do all the hunting for the lion pride while males rest.
Polar bear:
Size: Up to 4.3ft (130cm)
Life Span: 20 to 30 years
Polar bears are apex predators they have no natural enemies.
Queen Ant:
Size: Up to 0.7inch (1.8cm)
Life Span: 20 to 30 years
Mother to thousands of ants.
Giraffe:
Size: Up to 18ft (5.5m)
Life Span: 25 years
The tallest living creature in the world.
Grizzly beer:
Size: Up to 4ft (120cm)
Life Span: 30 years
They can run at 30 miles per hour and climb trees.
Bald Eagle:
Size: Up to 3ft (95cm)
Life Span: 32 years
One of the most famous symbols of the USA.
Giant Panda:
Size: Up to 3ft (95cm)
Life Span: 35 years
They have a pseudo thumb they used to hold bamboo.
Horse:
Size: Up to 6ft (1.8m)
Life Span: 40 years
The Przewalski’s horse is the only truly wild member of this species.
Camel:
Size: Up to 6ft (1.8m)
Life Span: 40 years
There are two types of camels Dromedary has one hump and Bactrian has two humps.
Common Goldfish:
Size: Up to 14inch (35cm)
Life Span:  Up to 40 years
Orangutan:
Size: Up to 4.6ft (1.4m)
Life Span: 45 years
Their arm span is bigger than their height.
White Rhinoceros:
Size: Up to 13ft (4m)
Life Span: 50 years
It’s not actually white but dark grey.
Andean Condor:
Size: Up to 4.5ft (1.4m)
Life Span: 50 years
The largest bird in the world.
Laysan Albatross:
Size: Up to 2.7ft (0.8m)
Life Span: 55 years
They’re incredibly clumsy on land.
Tuatara:
Size: Up to 24inch (60cm)
Life Span: 60 years
They have a third eye on top of their heads.
Long Fin Eel:
Size: Up to 10ft (3m)
Life Span: 60 years
No one knows where they give birth to their young.
MaCaw:
Size: Up to 3.5ft (1m)
Life Span: 65 years
Some macaws live more than one hundred years.
Human:
Size: Average 5.5ft (1.7m)
Life Span: 68 to 73 years on average.
Olm:
Size: Up to 1ft (30cm)
Life Span: 65 years
It’s called human fish for its fleshy skin.
African Bush Elephant:
Size: Up to 24ft (7.3m)
Life Span: 70 years
Mother Bush Elephants bear their cubs for twenty two months.
Great White Shark:
Size: Up to 21ft (6.4m)
Life Span: 70 years.
They can’t stop swimming to stay alive.
Japanese Koi fish:
Size: Up to 26inch (65cm)
Life Span: Over 70 years can potentially live for 100 of years.
Orca:
Size: Up to 32ft (9.7m)
Life Span: 75 years
They can even hunt sharks.
Gray Whale:
Size: Up to 40ft (12.1m)
Life Span: 77 years
Small creatures its skin making it looks like patch.
Kakapo:
Size: Up to 25inch (62cm)
Life Span: 80 years
The world’s only flightless parrot.
European Ell:
Size: Up to 3ft (90cm)
Life Span: 88 years
The first stage of its life virtually transparent.
Blue Whale:
Size: Up to 82ft (25m)
Life Span: 90 years
The biggest animal that ever lived.
Nile crocodile:
Size: Up to 13.7ft (4.2m)
Life Span: 95 years
They may have lived alongside dinosaurs.
Pacific Ocean Perch:
Size: Up to 20inch (50cm)
Life Span: 95 years
They wish they could be centenarians.
American Lobster:
Size: Up to 25inch (62cm)
Life Span: 100 years
Japanese Spider Crab:
Size: Up to 13ft (4m)
Life Span: 100 years
Their long legs are exceptionally brittle.
White Sturgeon:
Size: Up to 20ft (6m)
Life Span: 104 years
It is an important food fish.
Freshwater Pearl Mussel:
Size: Up to 6inch (15cm)
Life Span: Over 110 years
Pearls are in fact pieces of debris covered in mucus.
Aldabra Giant Tortoise:
Size: Up to 4ft (120cm)
Life Span: 120 years
The largest tortoise on the planet.
Mediterranean Spur Thighed Tortoise:
Size: Up to 8inch (20cm)
Life Span: 125 years
It is a popular pet reptile.
Rougheye Rockfish:
Size: Up to 3.5ft (1m)
Life Span: 140 years
Some fish can live to be more than two hundred years old.
Geoduck:
Size: Up to 3ft (90cm)
Life Span: 150 years
Both the largest and longest living mollusk on earth.
Lake Sturgeon:
Size: Up to 6ft (1.8m)
Life Span: 152 years
Member of a family of twenty seven species.
Galapagos Tortoise:
Size: Up to 5ft (1.5m)
Life Span: 170 years
The oldest living tortoises
Orange Roughy:
Size: Up to 30inch (75cm)
Life Span: 175 years
Some of the few deep water fish that go to food.
Bowhead Whale:
Size: Up to 60ft (18.2m)
Life Span: 200 years
They can leap entirely out of the water.
Red Sea Urchin:
Size: Up to 8inch (20cm)
Life Span: 210 years
It is feet protruding from its belly.
Quahog Clam:
Size: Up to 4.3inch (11cm)
Life Span: 225 years
The oldest clam five hundred seven years old was conceived during Chinese Ming Dynasty
Giant Tube Worm:
Size: Up to 8ft (2.4m)
Life Span: 250 years
It consists of numerous tiny creatures that are constantly recycle
Greenland Shark:
Size: Up to 16ft (4.9m)
Life Span: Over 270 years
The longest living vertebrate.
Giant Tube Sponge:
Size: Up to 6ft (1.8m)
Life Span: Over 2000 years
Despite the lack of any organs they can feed and reproduce.
Coral Reef:
Size: Up to 1800miles (9.7km)
Life Span: 4000 years
Great Barrier Reef is visible from space.

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