A painted turtle can live for around 20 years in the wild, or it can live for 30 years or more in captivity. Turtles are very well known for having long lifespans, and painted turtles are no exception. More »

Painted turtles eat carrion small fish, freshwater crustaceans, aquatic insects, plant leaves and algae. The hatchlings are largely carnivorous and add more plants to their diets as they mature. More »

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In the wild, painted turtles survive on a diet of algae, plants, aquatic insects, crustaceans and fish. Instead of adopting a sit-and-wait approach, the turtles forage along the bottom of the water body, flushing prey ou... More »

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Orangutans live for 30 to 45 years in their natural habitat and can live for up to 50 years in captivity. Females are considered mature and able to reproduce at the age of 10 to 15 years old, while males are between 15 t... More »

Ladybugs have an average lifespan of two to three years in the wild. They are insects that are red in color with black spots. Ladybugs are omnivores that help farmers throughout the world by eating plant-eating insects. ... More »

Unlike other species of turtles, determining the sex of a painted turtle is fairly easy. It is not possible, however, to determine the sex until the turtle has reached maturity. More »

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Wild dolphins usually live for between 25 to 30 years, while dolphins in captivity live to be around 40 years old on average. Few dolphins in the wild die of old age. More »