Apes generally live for 40 to 50 years, with apes experiencing a slightly longer lifespan in captivity. The exact lifespan for an ape varies somewhat based on the species in question, of which there are a total of six. More »

In the wild, gorillas have a lifespan of 35 years, but they are known to live to up to 50 years in captivity. Gorillas are one of the four species of great apes. The other three great apes are the chimpanzees, orangutans... More »

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The lifespan of the great white shark is about 70 years, according to a study by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. It was previously believed that great whites lived to be only 30. More »

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In the wild, gorillas have a lifespan of 35 years, but they are known to live to up to 50 years in captivity. Gorillas are one of the four species of great apes. The other three great apes are the chimpanzees, orangutans... More »

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The average lifespan is 35 years for wild orangutans and around 60 years when kept in captivity. Male orangutans can weigh as much as 200 pounds, whereas females average around 90 pounds. More »

In the wild, mountain gorillas live an average lifespan of 35 years, though some gorillas may live as long as 50. In captivity, with the proper environment, gorillas can live just as long as the do in the wild. More »

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The different types of apes are gibbons, gorillas, orangutans, chimpanzees and bonobos, explains HowStuffWorks. In addition, due to recent discoveries in genetics, humans are usually listed in the classification of homin... More »