African Elephants  Largest terrestrial creatures with an average lifespan of 70 years

Galapagos Giant Tortoise Can survive for over 100 years, with the most ancient individual living up to 152 years.

red sea urchins Possess near-immortality, thriving for over 200 years without signs of ageing

Japanese Koi Average lifespan of approximately 40 years

Bowhead Whales  Have a lifespan of 200 years, surpassing any other mammal

Ocean Quahogs Known for their remarkable lifetime, some may reach 400 years old.

Inmortal Jellyfish Experience true existence, starting as larvae in the ocean, reverting to the polyp stage, and repeating this action multiple times.

 Parrots with vibrant plumage, can reach 60-80 years

Greenland Sharks  Longest known vertebrate species with a lifespan of 300-500 years.

New Zealand reptile. They differ from most lizards but are related. Maori ‘tuatara’ means ‘peaks on the back.’ Up to 80cm/1.3kg. Although they can live over 100, they survive 60 years