After treatment roaches may still be seen for a couple of weeks or longer. It all depends on what type of dwelling the roaches were exterminated in.
Camels can live without water for up to two weeks.
Rabbits can live without water for one day only.
a squirrel can live 2 days without drinking water
camels can live a long time without water.
"no!!!" Actually, it depends. When you say "can anything live without water", do you mean ever? or live for a long time without water? If you mean ever, then no, I don't know of anything that can live without water. But there are many things that can go for a very long time without water, like camels etc.
They live purely in water and cannot survive without water. They die shortly after coming out of it.
Not long they die
A human can live up to three days without water and up to five weeks without water
ants can carry tens time their size, they are a centimeter long, they work day and night till winter nonstop roaches are fast brown bugs, they can live for 15 minutes without their head
polar bears can live 4-6 days without water
A human can't live without food for 3 or 4 days (however your body type is,) and a human can't live without water for 2 or 3 days.
Triops are a genus of small crustaceans. They should not be taken out of water as they cannot live very long at all without it.
Cockroaches can live without food for up to a month. However, they will not live much more than a week without water.
Without water they can't live more than one or two days.
People, of all ages, can only live 72 hours without water.
A human can go up to a month without food. The body cannot go very long without water. A human can only live up to a week without water.
A tulip will not live very long without water. After a few hours the tulip will start to wilt and die. If the tulip is placed in fresh water, it will live for up to 7 days.
Camels live without water for up to two weeks.
Less than one week without water.
A giraffe can go approximately two weeks without water.
Probably 2-5 days without water.