Most elephants can live to be over 70 years of age sometimes. That’s assuming that they are not poached.
Some research supports a 60-year life expectancy for elephants, on average. Others have the average as high as 80 years, for domesticated elephants. Further investigation reveals a span of anywhere from 30-80 years … quite a large spread! Domesticated elephants live longer than elephants in the wild, and interestingly African elephants have a much shorter life expectancy than Asian elephants, despite (or perhaps due to) their larger size.
Interesting side-note: elephants can re-produce into their fifties!
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