These giant tortoises native to the Galapagos Islands have been known to live for over 100 years

Galapagos Tortoise

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Bowhead Whale

Bowhead whales are one of the longest-lived mammal species, with some individuals estimated to live over 200 years.

  Ocean Quahog

This species of clam can live for more than 500 years, making it one of the longest-lived animals on Earth.

Greenland Shark

These slow-moving sharks have been found to live for several hundred years, with some individuals possibly exceeding 400 years in age.

Aldabra Giant Tortoise

Native to the Aldabra Atoll in the Seychelles, these tortoises can live for well over 100 years.

        Koi Fish

These ornamental fish are known for their long lifespans, and with proper care, they can live for several decades.

African Elephant

Elephants are known for their longevity, with some individuals living up to 70 years or more in the wild.

           Macaw Parrots         

Some species of Macaw parrots, such as the Blue and Gold Macaw, can live for 60-80 years or more in captivity.

Asian Elephant

Similar to their African counterparts, Asian elephants can live for several decades, with some reaching ages of 60 years or more.

    Red Sea Urchin

These sea urchins can live for over 100 years, making them one of the longest-lived marine animals.

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