How Old Do Turtles Get?


Average lifespan of turtles in captivity: 20 to 70 years. Some turtles, especially tortoises, can live up to 150 years or more. There have been reports of many turtles reaching ages of up to 200, 300 and even 400+ years, but those can not be confirmed. You can find more information here:
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