Let's begin with the Australian crocodile, which may live as long as 80 years.
The Granny Orca has a life expectancy of roughly 105 years, making it one of the longest-lived creatures.
White sturgeon are among the longest-living creatures, with a maximum lifespan of 130 years.
The Japanese carp has a life expectancy of around 140 years, placing it among the longest-lived species.
The Aldabra giant tortoise has a lifespan of roughly 150 years, making it one of the longest-living species.
The Swedish eel may live up to 160 years, making it one of the longest-lived creatures.
The Greenland whale lives for around 210 years.
The Greenland shark joins the list of the world's longest-living animals, with a life expectancy of almost 400 years.
New Zealand black coral has an unusually high life expectancy, lasting up to 2,000 years.