The lifespan of snakes can vary significantly depending on the species, environmental factors, and captivity versus wild conditions. While some snakes have relatively short lifespans, others can live for several decades. Here are some examples:
It’s important to note that these are general estimates, and individual snakes may vary. Additionally, some large snake species, like boas and pythons, have the potential to live longer with proper care and husbandry in captivity. In contrast, smaller species or those living in the wild may have shorter lifespans due to predation, environmental factors, or other challenges they face in their natural habitat.
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