Many environmental factors affect the lifespan of animals. These include: the quantity and quality of food; climate (light, temperature, humidity, composition of air, water, soil, etc.); relationships between individuals of both other species and within a species. Human intervention (hunting, fishing, deforestation, etc.) and environmental pollution due to unreasonable economic activities also affect the life of animals.
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