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Human longevity is increasing all the time. But compared to some other animals, a human's average life span is nothing to brag about. We found four creatures who get to spend a long time on Earth, some for hundreds of years.
The average life span of the Asian elephant in the wild is a hearty 60 years, but according to the Guinness Book of World Records, the oldest elephant ever was Lin Wang, a pachyderm who lived to 86 years of age. The Asian elephant died in 2003 at the Taipei Zoo in Taiwan.
A Western Lowland Gorilla’s life expectancy is approximately 50 years, which is commendable. At age 55, a gorilla named colo is the oldest gorilla living in captivity. Colo's other claim to fame is that she was the first gorilla born in captivity. The popular gorilla was born at the Columbus Zoo in 1956 and has been there ever since.
A reptile native to New Zealand, the tuatara is another creature that can live for over 100 years. What might be most astounding of all about this animal, though, is that in 2009, a male tuatara became a father for the first time at age 111.
Harriet was a Giant Galapagos Land Tortoise who lived to the ripe old age of 175. Born in the 1830s, Harriet was collected by Charles Darwin when he visited the Galapagos Islands in 1835. After a brief stay in England, she was taken to Australia where the weather was more suitable for her. She spent the last two decades of her life at the Australia zoo and passed away in June 2006.
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