Domesticated rabbits have a life span of about 9 years depending on size, breed and several other factors; wild rabbits, on the other hand, have very high mortality rates. Both European rabbits and Eastern cottontail rab... More »

Pet turtles may live up to 100 years of age in exceptional circumstances, but the average lifespan of most pet turtles is 40 to 50 years, according to About.com. The largest land tortoises live even longer, reaching up t... More »

According to The Nest, pet goldfish usually live between five and 10 years. Under perfect conditions or in the wild, goldfish are known to live 25 years. More »

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Dwarf rabbits are a popular breed of rabbit to own because they do in fact make great pets, notes HealthGuidance. This type of rabbit is the smallest breed of domestic rabbit, ranging from 1 1/2 to 3 lbs. The most popula... More »

Dwarf rabbits live between five and 15 years. Neutered rabbits live longer because the procedure can help to prevent some genetic diseases. The best diet for dwarf rabbits is fresh hay, rabbit pellets and fresh greens. More »

Mini Lop rabbits are available for sale at specialty rabbitries that can be found by contacting the American Rabbit Breeders Assocation. Pet shops do not usually carry this breed of rabbits in stores. More »

Captive rabbits live between 8 and 12 years, while wild rabbits have a shorter life span due to predators. In 2013, the world's oldest rabbit mentioned in the Guinness Book of World Records, Do, died at the age of 17. More »