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1 How long do animals live for? on Fri Sep 10, 2010 10:54 pm

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By Daniel Smith on Aug 12, 09 10:14 AM

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The death of poor Benson the giant carp got me thinking.
Benson lived to around 25 years old - she died young. Carp can live up to 100 years.

One hundred years? Yep, the fish should easily outlive most of us.
So how old can animals get?
Here's a list reproduced from Did You Know?
The figures show the average recorded age in years of the animals and seem to be pretty accurate.
UPDATED: This list was a mix of average ages and record ages. I have corrected them to give a more usual lifespan - though obviously some are estimates as ages can vary wildly depending on the species.
A
African Grey Parrot 50-70
Alligator 50
Amazon Parrot 40
American Alligator 50 (in captivity)
American Box Turtle 40 (record is 123!)
American Newt 3
American Toad 5
Angleworm 15
Anole 4
Ant (Queen) 3
Ant (Worker) 1/2
Asian elephant 60-70
B
Bare Eyed Cockatoo 50-60
Bat 24
Bear 32
Beaver 20
Bee (Queen) 5
Bee (Worker) 1
Binturong 18
Bison 15-20
Blackbird 3
Boa Constrictor 23
Bottlenose Dolphin 20
Box Turtle 100
Budgerigar 6-10
Bull 28
Bull Frog 5
Bull Snake 18
C
Caiman 28
Camel 30
Canada Goose 42 (in captivity)
Canary 20
Canvasback duck 19
Capybara 12
Carp 100
Cat 15
Catfish 12
Chicken 12
Chinchilla 20
Chimpanzee 40 (60 in captivity)
Chipmunk 7 (in captivity)
Cicada 17
Civet 13
Cobra 20
Cockatiel 12-15
Common Goldeneye 14
Conger Eel 12
Conure 25
Cottonmouth Mocassin 21
Cottontail 10
Cow 22
Crocodile 45 (80 in captivity)
D
Deer 12
Dog, large 10
Dog 15
Domestic Pigeon 15 (in captivity)
Donkey 45
E
Eagle 30
Eclectus Parrot 30
Eel 15
Egyptian Goose 14
Elephant 70
Elk 22
English Sparrow 13
F
Fence Lizard 4
Ferret 10
Flying Squirrel 12
Fox 12
G
Galah 70 (in captivity)
Galapagos Land Tortoise 193
Gerbil 5
Giant Salamander 30
Giant Tortoise 152
Goat 12
Golden Hamster 3
Gorilla 35
Gouldian finch 6
Great Horned Owl 25
Green Frog 8
Grey Cheeked Parrot 15
Grey Squirrel 10
Grizzly bear 25
Grouse 10
Guinea Pig 6
H
Hare 10
Hellbender 29
Hippopotamus 45
Hog 18
Horse 30
House Mouse 2
Human 70-80
Humming Bird 4
K
Kangaroo 15
Koala 13
L
Leopard 21 (in captivity)
Leopard Frog 6
Lion 35 (in captivity)
Lobster 15
M
Macaw 100
Mallard 20
Mongoose 12
Mosquitofish 2
Mountain Lion 20
Mouse 4
Mudpuppy 9
Muscrat 6
Mynah 8
N
Newt 7
Norwegian Rat 4
Nutria 15
O
Opossum 4
Ox 20
P
Painted Turtle 11
Parrot 80
Pea Fowl 20
Pheasant 18
Pig (wild) 25
Pigeon 11
Pionus Parrot 15
Platypus 10
Polar bear 20
Porcupine 20
Prarie Dog 10
Q
Quail 6
R
Rabbit 9
Rainbow Lorikeet 15
Rat Snake 23
Rattlesnake 22
Red Eared Turtle 7
Redhead Duck 17
Rhinoceros 35 (45 in captivity)
Rosella 15
S
Sea Lion 20
Sheep 15
Snapping Turtle 40
South African Clawed Toad 15
Squirrel 7
Sulphur Crested Cockatoo 65
Superb Parrot 25
Swan 50 (in captivity)
T
Tapir 30
Tasmanian Tiger 7
Teal 15
Tiger 15 (20 in captivity)
Tiger Salamander 11
Toad 36
Toucan 20
Tree Frog 16 (in captivity)
Trumpeter Swan 30
Turkey Buzzard 16
W
Whistling Duck 15
Wombat 15
Wolf 18
Woodchuck 15
Z
Zebra Finch 15
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