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As of 2014, the exact lifespan of a lobster is unknown, but scientists have estimated that a European lobster's lifespan averages 31 years for males and 54 years for females. Scientists obtained these estimates by measur... More »

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Lobsters have 10 legs, with five pairs of jointed legs attached to their thorax region. Lobsters are crustaceans that are closely related to crabs and shrimp, and they can be found all over the world in oceans, freshwate... More »

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The average lifespan of a domesticated cat ranges from 12 years to 18 years. Cats aged 20 years and older are not uncommon. The oldest recorded cat was Creme Puff, a female cat who lived to be 38 years and 3 days old, or... More »

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The Maltese has an average lifespan of 12 to 14 years, and females often live longer than males. Trauma, infection and congenital disease are the leading causes of death in Maltese puppies. Cardiovascular disease, congen... More »

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A stingray's average lifespan in the wild ranges from 15 to 25 years, with the creatures beginning their lives as part of a litter of roughly eight. As of 2014, the bottom-dweller is currently listed as threatened by the... More »

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Male lobsters possess a pair of bony swimmerets close to the body, while females have only feathery swimmerets. The females also have a rectangular sperm receptacle on the underside of the tail, between the second pair o... More »

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According to Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, the average lifespan of crayfish is between two and three years. These crustaceans tend to grow to 3 or 4 inches long in Montana but have been known to grow up to 16 inches lo... More »

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