1 Arctica IslandicaNative to the North Atlantic Ocean, Arctica Islandica is a species of edible clam, a marine bivalve mollusk in the family Arcticidae. This species has a life span of 405 – 410 years and there were reports of a maximum age of 507 years, and it is harvested commercially as a food source. They live in water between 25 and 1,300 feet deep.
2 Bowhead WhalesBowhead whale, also known as Greenland Right whale, belongs to the group of baleen whales. This species can reach 45 to 60 feet in length and 75 to 100 tons of weight. Females are slightly larger than males. A recent research has indicated that Bowhead whales can survive up to 200 years in the wild.