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Posts tagged: Methuselah

Methuselah, a Bristlecone Pine is Thought to be the Oldest Living Organism on Earth

The Inyo National Forest is home to many bristlecone pines, thought to be the oldest living organisms on Earth.

The Inyo National Forest is home to many bristlecone pines, thought to be the oldest living organisms on Earth.

Bristlecone pines are a small group of trees that reach an age believed by many scientists to be far greater than that of any other living organism known to man — up to nearly 5,000 years. Read more »