In the field of insects, longevity is not too lavish: the cachipolla , for example, can have a life expectancy of just a few months.
Among marine life, however, we have examples of truly long-lived creatures, from the jellyfish Turritopsis Nutrula (capable of rejuvenating itself) to the oceanic clam , an 8 cm long marine mollusk native to the North Atlantic with an estimated age of 507 years. That is why it is so striking that there is a fish that barely lives two months .
Eviota sigillata is a species of fish of the Gobiidae family in the order Perciformes whose maximum recorded longevity is only 59 days.
Males can reach 3 cm in total length .
It is indigenous to the tropical coral reefs of the Indian and Pacific Oceans. It is thus found from the Seychelles to the Great Barrier Reef and Tonga.
Its exceptionally fleeting life also makes this creature the shortest-lived vertebrate in the world .
The second insect (after the cachipolla, vuya final phase of life is barely 24 hours) among the animals with the shortest life is the gastroteric . This insect lives at the bottom of the marine ecosystem. It is born, develops and dies in three or four days; That is the moment when it also reaches sexual maturity that allows it to reproduce. The popular ant is also one of the insects and animals with the lowest life span; their average hope is just three weeks .