What is the lifespan of a fly?

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The life span of a housefly is between 15 to 30 days. This can vary depending on the temperatures and the living conditions of the fly. Flies dwelling in warm homes and develop faster and live longer than their counterparts in the wild.
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House fly adults normally live about two and a half weeks during the summer, but they can survive up to three months at lower temperatures.
The life span of a fly is usually between fifteen and twenty-five days. Some will live only twenty four hours and some may live beyond the twenty-five days.
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