Frequently Asked Questions
Well I guess that depends on who you talk to--Most farmers who are in the egg producing business will say 2 years. Those who are in the meat producing business will say 6 months--Those who keep birds as pets (with names) or who are not interested in maximum production of eggs, will find that chickens can live up to 8 or 10 years.
The Feline PKD FAQ -- Answers to Frequently Asked Questions ...
You'd think that would be a simple question, with a simple answer. Unfortunately, every source I've found gives different information: Britanica Online says the lifespan of a domestic cat in captivity is 21 years (in context, this seems to be the maximum age of the vast majority of otherwise healthy cats!!!). The Tidycat website once indicated that the average Russian Blue lives 18 years (I couldn't find a reference to persian lifespan). On the HomeArts Ask the Vet website, Dr.
DogLogic Great Dane FAQ's
The average life span of most giant breeds is about 8-10 years. I know of Danes living to 10-12 years, but right now unfortunately that is the exception rather than the rule. There are a few health problems which afflict the Great Dane breed: growth problems (HOD, PANO and OCD), hip dysplasia (OFA and Penn-Hip tests), and bloat/GDV/torsion are primary concerns. Wobblers, thyroid problems, and problems with the eyes (CERF test) also appear in the breed. Se our HEALTH links for more info:
Head Lice FAQ - ENT/rsc-8
Lice may live for several weeks on a person, but they rarely live more than 48 hours when removed from a person's body.
This varies with the mosquito species and the time of the year. Some species may only live for less than a week, while others can live for several months over the winter months. (BACK)
Thiaoouba - Frequently Asked Questions
As long as they wish. Millions of years if they want to. And their physical bodies are forever young, because they can regenerate any cell in their bodies at will.
Objective Consulting, Inc. :: Spider Information :: FAQs
http://www.sciencenet.org.uk/database/Biology/Original/b00054d.html says that the life span of spiders can vary from a few months to 20 years.
LupusNY.org - Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Foundation
Most people with lupus can live a normal life span if they are properly treated, follow their doctor's advice, and lead a healthy lifestyle.
Frequently Asked Honey Questions
Bees live for 6 weeks when gathering nectar during the summer. Their wings gradually wear away from constant activity. Those that are alive in the later fall live till spring and care for the larva hatched from eggs laid in late winter. These worker bees die before the honey flow starts again in the spring. The queen bee can live for 3-4 years.
A Squirrel Place F.A.Q. Section
Squirrels in captivity have lived to be twenty years old. Most Gray squirrels will die before their first birthday, not due to predators or the lack of food. But by being run over by vehicles. If they survive their first year, they should live five or six more years. Index
FAQ - ImmInstWiki
It depends, does life bore you now? If life bores you now, then chances might be good that it will continue to bore you, but living a long time should not affect that. Many people have commented that given all they know about today, there is enough to keep them busy for 10 lifetimes (of current time spans). Think of all the wonderful things that you have yet to experience in today's world.
Why do mosquitoes bite?
Mosquitoes are relatively fragile insects with an adult life span that lasts about two weeks. The vast majority meet a violent end by serving as food for birds, dragonflies, and spiders; or are killed by the effects of wind, rain, or drought. The mosquito species that only have a single generation each year are longer lived and may persist in small numbers for as long as 2-3 months if environmental conditions are favorable.
Frequently Asked Questions
While it has been documented that several collies have lived to the very old age of 17 years or longer, the average lifespan is about 12 - 13 years.
SouthWest Airedale Terrier Rescue Frequently Asked Questions...
The average lifespan of an Airedale is about 12 years. We know of many vigorous 14 and 15-year-olds still pulling their owners down the street on their daily walk.
Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma Frequently Asked Questions
Chances are you are going to live for a long time, since AdCC is generally slow growing (although sometimes it can be very aggressive). You can make AdCC the primary factor in life, and you can live your life in fear. Alternatively, you can make yourself aware of the care you need to take. Make sure that you follow up with an oncologist or specialist on a regular basis. Keep abreast of developments. Plan for your future and then go live a full life.