We May Have Solved the Mystery Why Human Life Is Only About 80 Years

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Many marine animals make our average life expectancy of 80 years seem like a really bad deal.

Bowhead whales can live more than 200 years. The Rougheye rockfish has a maximum life expectancy of at least 205 years, and…

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Woman in IT, Natural Scientist, Life Coach, Speaker, Podcaster, Founder. Writes about Work, Tech, Science, Personal Growth & Life

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