How Long Do Cockroaches Live?

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It seems like they live forever. If I am not mistaken, cockroaches lived through the Ice Age. The life span of a cockroach is about two years, if you include the time from the egg stage up until adulthood. Some species vary, but this is the typical time line.
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Immature cockroaches take 6 to 12 months to fully develop. Adult cockroaches live up to one year.
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