Methuselah – The Oldest Tree in the World

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It’s not always easy to date a living tree, but most experts agree that a bristlecone pine tree (Pinus longaeva) in California’s Inyo National Forest, nicknamed Methuselah, was 4,843 years old in 2012. The exact location of Methuselah (and many other famous trees) is kept secret due to fears of vandalism.

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