Average humans live for 67 yrs, or 24,455 days. Which is 35,215,200 minutes, or 211,291,200 seconds!
It really depends. Like a human can live up to 100 if they are healthy and a horse can live up to 51 years if they are healthy! So it depends.
No, they continue to live a full lifespan.
The average lifespan in the US is 78.4 years, which is 41,235,264 minutes, or 2,474,115,840 seconds.
No, blood cells live the same lifespan no matter how old the human is.
The shield bug's lifespan is highly dependent on variables such as weather and giant human fingers. They can live days or weeks. They can even live for months if the circumstances are fitting.
The average lifespan of an American human is around 77.5-80 years. For more info, go to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Life_expectancy Now the average lifespan is 79.5-82 years old The oldest recorded person was 122 but it is rare for people to live or live longer than 102
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The orca`s lifespan is similar to a human`s(As old as 90 years...)
About 25 - 30 years, that is about a third of a human's lifespan!
You can live a full life span with one, if it is controlled and treated adequately. Only if it is not controlled is lifespan reduced.
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The average human life-expectancy varies by country. Many people live into their 80's, and some live even longer. There are also those who die tragically early deaths. The lifespan of any given individual is not really predictable. Life is full of surprises.
Having had Mice as pets, I can tell you that their normal lifespan is about two human yeaars.
Canaries live anywhere from 5 to 20+ years. A canary has the lifespan equal to, or even greater, than that of a human.
Yes. Although the average human lifespan is 66 years, the oldest human ever lived to be 122 years old.
An adult louse can live up to 30 days on a human or up to 5 days off it's host.
They are made when you are born...so there lifespan is based on how long you live.
A ferret's lifespan depends on it's health, a ferret may catch a disease that may shorten their lifespan. If you take proper care of your ferret and keep it in good health it can live a long, happy life but there is no guarantee that your ferret will live a full 15 years.
Memory cells have a long lifespan. They could live for years..... This is in contrast with effector cells which lifespan is days or with Naive cells which lifespan is weeks or months.
Human papillomavirus does not normally affect someone's lifespan. As long as your getting screened regularly for cervical cancer, it's unlikely that HPV will shorten your life.
The length of which an entity lives is called it's lifespan. If it's in the best conditions, which is probably in human care (in captivity), then that will probably be it's maximum lifespan.
depends where they live
They live about 35 years.
Most live forever.