In its original form, the question was quite poorly written. It wasn't immediately clear what the questioner was asking, nor was it apparent what was being asked and it was rightly closed as being "unclear":
"Enter the name of an intelligent race , which is housed in a human
hand , can live many thousands of years and tell me what is her
Well that's a question. Personally i couldn't find the correct answer.
Maybe you will be able.
After voting to close, I reflected on what was being asked and made some revisions to make the question clearer. I marked it as "reopen" and others followed suit. @GreenstoneWalker posted a comment with a potential answer (hat tip to him) and since he didn't seem inclined to follow up by posting an answer to the question, I've posted what appears to be the correct response along with some additional details.
All in all, this seems a text-book case of how SE is supposed to work;
- An inexperienced user posted a poorly written question.
- The community flagged it as unclear.
- A more experienced user edited the question.
- The question was marked for reopening.
- A user posted a comment with a potential source
- Another user did some additional research and turned that comment into an answer.