Starting with the little-known Australian crocodile, capable of living up to 80 years, the list of longest-lived animals is extensive.
The Granny Orca, with a lifespan of approximately 105 years, is among the impressive roster of longest-living animals
White sturgeon, capable of living up to 130 years, also make the list of remarkable long-lived animals
The Japanese carp, with a lifespan of around 140 years, is another notable addition to the list of longest-living animals
Aldabra giant tortoise
The Aldabra giant tortoise, with a lifespan of approximately 150 years, is also part of the impressive group of long-lived animals.
The Swedish eel, with a lifespan of about 160 years, is yet another example of an impressively long-lived animal.
The Greenland whale has a life expectancy of about 210 years.
With a lifespan of roughly 400 years, the Greenland shark is an impressive addition to the list of Earth's longest-lived animals
New Zealand black coral
The New Zealand black coral boasts an extraordinary lifespan of approximately 2,000 years, making it one of the longest-lived animals on the planet.
Discovered only in recent years, the Turritopsis nutricula, also known as the immortal jellyfish, is a unique species with the ability to continually regenerate, effectively making it immortal.