Which mammal lives the longest?

Anton Kravchenko
Anton Kravchenko
February 15, 2013
Which mammal lives the longest?

In the world of animals, as in the world of people, there are long-livers. In general, the life span of an animal directly depends on its species and lifestyle. Let's talk about what kind of mammal lives the longest.

If we talk about land animals, the elephant is considered the most long-lived. The average life span is 60 years, but there are some representatives of this species who have lived for about 90 years. It should be said that the elephant leads a very measured way of life and eats only vegetables. Maybe that's why they live so long despite their impressive size.

In second place, as is well known to science, chimpanzees are among the land animals in life expectancy. This monkey, which is very similar to humans in a number of characteristics, lives up to 60 years. And the longest life expectancy is 70.

And in the marine environment, which mammal lives the longest? It is believed that the polar or bowhead whale can live up to 130 years! It is he who holds the record among marine mammals.

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