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International Journal of Recent Trends in Engineering (IJRTE)

ISSN 1797-9617

Volume 1, Number 6, May 2009

Issue on Civil Engineering

Page(s): 77-80

Animal Life Expectancy on Energy Intake

A.A. Bhosale, K Sundaram

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Abstract

Generally, smaller species of animals within a group have a shorter life expectancy than larger species. Cricket frogs, for example, live only a couple of years, but bullfrogs may live a decade. Prediction of residual life of a mammal is a challenging task. Presented in this paper is an analysis for predicting the life of animals. This would be useful to different professions in the medical industry. This work examines the pattern of Life prediction of mammals with the key determining factors such as Weight, Food intake, Water intake and Physical rest. Using the factors mentioned, Proposed herewith is a fundamental equation to predict life of animals. The use of this equation could be used for predicting description of health characteristics of all biological life which can be used by insurance companies and life estimation agencies. Futuristic proposed research into Human life risk analyst studies for finding extensions to use this equation for calculating residual human life is also explored briefly.

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