sábado, 14 de enero de 2017

What is the cephalopod with the longest lifetime?

According to Smithsonian data, Nautilus can live more than 15 years.
Cephalopods - National Zoo

Slowy but with its advantages, here is a Nautilus.

Sill looking for more data, because I love exceptions, when I find anyone, I will put it here.

Edit #1:
Though cephalopods have very short life expectancy, on average from 6 months to 2 years, it has been discovered that Graneledone boreopacifica females can live for more than 53 months. In fact thiese 53 months is what a female spent caring her eggs before they hatch.
Longest-Living Octopus Found, Guards Eggs for Record 4.5 Years

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