Longest living animals in the world


Jellyfish are known for their ability to revert their cells to their earliest form and start life cycle anew.

Ocean quahog

These are known to live for several centuries. The oldest recorded specimen was around 507 years old.

Greenland Sharks

These are among the longest-living vertebrates. Some of the living sharks are approximately 400 years old.

Bowhead whales

These are known to live long and some are even 200 years old.

Red Sea Urchin

 It is found that the red sea urchins live for around 200 years.

Galapagos giant tortoise

Some species of giant tortoises live in the Galapagos Islands and some individuals are known to live over 150 years.

African elephant

Elephants can live up to 60 to 70 years in the wild.