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The Greenland shark is the world's longest-lived vertebrate animal. Her life expectancy is 272 years. He lives mainly in the Arctic Ocean. In view of its great longevity, it is estimated that this species of shark reaches sexual maturity at the age of 150 years. Photo credit: NOAA Photo Library
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