Lifespan of a tortoise is?
If you have a tortoise caught from the wild it should live to
100 years old. If you have one bread in captivity then it should
live to 50
There are two types of pets that have impressive longevity. Pet tortoises, such as Greek Tortoise (Spur thighed tortoise) or the Egyptian tortoise live until around 50 or more in captivity. There are tortoises that live longer, but they are usually too large for being ideal pets. Some parrot species, if properly cared for, can live as long as natural human lifespan if not longer.
No. The giant tortoise has the longest lifespan of the three animals. Giant tortoises have been known to live as long as 200 years. Elephants live 60 to 70 years. Giraffes in the wild live up to about 25 years. So they have the shortest lifespan of the three animals, the giant tortoise, African elephant, and the giraffe.
Which animal has the longest lifespan-a giant tortoise a blue whale a hippopotamus a great white shark or an African elephant?
Three animals on the Galápagos Islands are 1: The tortoise The tortoise of the Galápagos Islands has an average lifespan of over 150 years. 2: The marine iguana This iguana is the only discovered iguana adapted to life in water 3:Penguins These penguins live on the colder coasts of the Galápagos Islands.
Nobody is in the tortoise family. but if you mean what animals are in the tortoise faimly then look up this website. I got this off http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tortoise at the taxonomy paragraph * Chersina ** Chersina angulata, Bowsprit Tortoise * Cylindraspis (All species Extinct) ** Cylindraspis indica, synonym Cylindraspis borbonica ** Cylindraspis inepta ** Cylindraspis peltastes ** Cylindraspis triserrata ** Cylindraspis vosmaeri * Dipsochelys ** Dipsochelys abrupta (Extinct) ** Dipsochelys arnoldi, Arnold's Giant Tortoise, ** Dipsochelys…