Lived years, months and days calculator
Calculator computes the number of years, months, days, hours, minutes and seconds, which have passed since your date of birth. In other words, it calculates how long you live.

# Inputs data - Your date of birth

 January (1)February (2)March (3)April (4)May (5)June (6)July (7)August (8)September (9)October (10)November (11)December (12) 01020304050607080910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031
End date (inclusive)
 January (1)February (2)March (3)April (4)May (5)June (6)July (7)August (8)September (9)October (10)November (11)December (12) 01020304050607080910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031

# Results - Your age at the end date

End date2020-01-17 (Friday)
Time you already lived before end date
 30 years. 360 months. 10957 days. 262968 hours. 15778080 minutes. 946684800 seconds. 1565 weeks and 2 days.

# What else we can calculate from your date of birth

Your card in Gypsy horoscopeAs diamonds (A ♦) or six clubs (6 ♣)
 10 months, 21 days, 1 hour, 42 minutes and 41 seconds. 325 days, 1 hour, 42 minutes and 41 seconds. 7801 hours, 42 minutes and 41 seconds. 468102 minutes and 41 seconds. 28086161 seconds. 46 weeks, 3 days, 21 hours, 42 minutes and 41 seconds.
You slept until the end date

# Some facts

• The average human life time is different in different regions of the world. The differences are determined mainly by access to health care and food.
• Human life expectancy ranges from... we know, but we will not tell, because we have an aversion to this topic. If you really want to know visit one of the external links.
• The lifetime of animals is very diverse. The average life time of popular animals are summarized in the following table (source: twojezwierzaki.org):

mouse: 2-4 years
rat: 2-4 years
worker ant: 4 years
queen bee: 5 years
sparrow: 8-10 years
guinea pig: 10-15 years
skylark: 9-10 years
canary: 10-12 years
fox: 10-12 years
hare: 10-13 years
rabbit: 10-15 years
squirrel: 10-18 years
wolf: 12-15 years
pheasant: 15-16 years
roe: 15-16 years
beaver: 15-20 years
pike: 15-20 years
dove: 15-20 years
boar: 18-20 years
swan: 18-20 years
tiger: 19-26 years
hart: 20-23 years
moose: 20-25 years
carp: 20-30 years
emperor penguin: 20-40 years
donkey: 25-30 years
lion: 26-30 years
seagull: 30-35 years
flaming: 30-50 years
white stork: 35-39 years
bear: 35-40 years
rhino: 40-50 years
orangutan: 45-50 years
owl: 60-70 years
ostrich: 60-70 years
eagle: 60-80 years
elephant: 70-80 years
cockatoo and parrot ararauna: 75-100 years
crocodile: 90-100 years
vulture: 90-100 years
sturgeon: 80-100 years
a giant tortoise: 150-200 years

• If you want to know what more we can read from your date of birth check out our other calculators:

# What is the meaning of each calculator field ?

• Your date of birth - it is simply the date, when you were born. It is a base for all further calculactions.
• End date - it is the date when calculations are stopped. It is set to current time as default.
• Time you already lived before end date - it is a total time from your birth to selected end date calculated in years, months, days, hours, minutes and seconds. In other words it is your age at end date moment.

• Your zodiac sign - it is astrological zodiac sign assigned to your date of birth.
• Time to your birthday - it is number of monts, days, hours, minutes and seconds left to your next birthday. This field is computed basing on date of birth, which you entered in the form.
• You slept until the end date - this fields shows how much time have you aproximately spent slepping until end date. In other words it is the sum of slept hours from your birth to end date.

# Ancient version of this site - links

In December 2016 the Calculla website has been republished using new technologies and all calculators have been rewritten. Old version of the Calculla is still available through this link: v1.calculla.com. We left the version 1 of Calculla untouched for archival purposes.
Direct link to the old version:
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