British research found that the number of gene mutations that mammals experience in their life cycle is about 3,200 times, and the mutation rate is proportional to the lifespan of mammals.
London, UK (The CTP News) – We know that animals have a certain lifespan. For example, the lifespan of monkeys is about 20-25 years, the lifespan of dogs is about 10-15 years, and the lifespan of mice is about 2-4 years. Although differences in medical quality and environmental conditions may shorten or prolong the lifespan, the difference is not significant. Is there any rule to follow in the lifespan of mammals?