These are the 31 animals that live longest and shortest on the planet earth. This list also includes that things that are immortal!
Mayfly (48 hours or less)
They the shortest on the earth. They grow up to 1 in (2.5 cm).
Dragonfly (8 weeks)
Their wingspan is 75 cm at max, and they grow up to 10 cm.
Panther chameleon (5 months)
They live the shortest among reptiles and grow up to 30 cm.
House mouse (1.5 years)
They grow up to 20 cm, and the mouse can squeeze them into a half cm hole.
Opossum (2 years)
They are not a possum. They grow up to 100 cm.
Guinea pig (8 years or less)
Guinea pigs can identify their owners. They grow up to 40 cm.
Red panda (10 years)
They use their tails during the winter season to protect themselves, and they grow about 110 cm.
Kangaroo (10 years)
They grow up to 2.7 m during their lifetime.
Hummingbird (12 years)
Their heartbeats at 1,200 BPM (beats per minute). They grow about 12 cm.
Cheetah (12 years)
They’re the fastest animal on earth. They grow about 230 cm in length.
Brushtail possum (13 years)
Brushtail possum is the relative of kangaroo, meaning they’re a connected species. They grow about 93 cm in length.
Dog (13 years)
They can get as tall as 7ft while standing on their two legs, and they grow about 91 cm in length.
Tiger (15 years)
Tigers are the largest animals in the cat family, and they grow about 120 cm in length.
Cat (16 years)
They can grow 88 cm in length during their lifetime.
Lion (16 years)
An interesting fact about the lion, lionesses do the hunting, and the lions rest. They grow about 3 m in length.
Queen ant (20-30 years)
Queen ant is the mother of thousands of ants, and they grow about 4 cm during their lifespan.
Horse (30 years)
They grow about 1.8 m.
Common goldfish (40 years)
The oldest goldfish lived about 43, but it is a world record. They grow about 35 cm in length.
Orangutan (45 years)
Orangutan’s arms are longer than their height. They grow about 1.4 m.
White rhinoceros (50 years)
They grow about 4m.
Tuatara (60 years)
Tuataras have a third eye on the top of their heads, and they grow about 60 cm.
Humans (68-73 years)
Humans are the most numerous mammal on the earth, and they grow about 1.7m.
Purple sea urchin (70 years)
They grow up to 10 cm.
Great white shark (70 years)
Great white sharks have to move constantly to stay alive. They grow about 6.4 m.
Kakapo (80 years)
The only bird in the world that does not fight. They grow about 64 cm.
Japanese spider crab (100 years)
Their legs are very fragile, and they grow at most 4 m.
Orange roughy (149 years)
They’re one of the few deep water fish, growing 75 cm.
Aldabra giant tortoise (150 years)
They are the largest tortoises on the earth. They grow about 120 cm.
Greenland shark (270 years)
Greenland sharks are the longest living vertebrate. Growing up to 6.4 m.
The Great Barrier Reef (8000 years)
They are even visible from the space! They grow up to 9.7 km.
Turritopsis dohrnii (Forever)
They never die; they’re biologically immortal! They revert themselves to being polyps and then grow themselves again.