Human beings can live up to 100 years on earth depending on how they treat themselves but for insects like mosquitoes, mayflies among others their life expectancy is very short. Below are some insects that die in less than 30 days.
Mayfly are the insects that have a shortest life cycle on earth that live on water across the world with more than 2,000 different species. Mayfly adults only live for about 24 hours.
They are part of flying insect that have very short lives in their adult stages that only live for about a week or two after they become adults. In this case, male mosquitoes are vastly outlived by their female counterparts.
The life expectancy of a housefly is generally 18 to 30 days depending on the temperature and living conditions. For instance, flies that live in warm homes and laboratories develop faster and live longer than their counterparts in the wild. The housefly's brief life cycle allows them to multiply quickly if left uncontrolled.
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