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What is the oldest tree on earth ?

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#1Love you like I 〆Answered at 2012-12-21 02:02:25
King Clone creosote bush in the Mojave Desert is 11,700 years old.
#2dzingaiAnswered at 2012-12-22 00:38:10
I think it is a tree that is 4000 years old! I think it's in California! Have a nice day ! = 0)
#3LunnAnswered at 2012-12-28 01:03:28
YOU
#4Nia WeiseAnswered at 2012-12-28 12:43:19
Living tree '8 , 000 years older than Christ ' ( ? ) by Carl Kerby In a wild mountain Tasmania links are superb , recently discovered Huon pine has been called the world 's oldest known living organism . " Media reports have said that what appears to be hundreds of trees that densely cover one hectare (2, 5 acres ) , is part of the tree , since all these " trees " seem to have identical DNA . Over the years , it is believed , " snow has forced its branches to the ground , where they have taken root . ( The Sydney Morning Herald , January 28, 1995 , page 1 ) . It is difficult to see how a tree can be greater than the time since the biblical flood , so if your old release of " more than 10,500 years ago were correct, then this would represent a serious problem for the chronology of the Old Testament . Indeed some media claim the tree could be 30,000 or 40,000 years. The media reported that scientists had finally found the world 's oldest living organism " in these pines Huon Tasmania. A scientist working on the project , said , " We have not made ​​any claim. " So these dates have been obtained from drill core samples of the growth rings in the main trunk ? Unsurprisingly , the answer is 'no' . The source of the report of " old " can be a " rough estimate " based on the core sample a lake under the mountain containing Huon pine pollen . This is clearly based on suppositions and uncertainties much more than dating tree rings . Despite the apparent absence of differences in DNA is not 100 percent sure , apparently , even probable.
#5linuxymAnswered at 2013-01-03 08:31:40
The Guinness Book of Records currently has 12,000 one year old California redwood ( Sequoia sempervirens ) called
#6mubin urgentAnswered at 2013-01-10 02:45:58
not aware of the Brazilian higher
#7emmieAnswered at 2013-01-12 03:38:02
Your question is not clear . Are you asking the oldest surving species or the physical age of a group of trees . Cycads and Gingkos are ancient species that still survive , and the Dawn Redwood .. But the type and one of Bristlecone Banyan tree reportedly as old as 2,000 years.
#8Cindy LeeAnswered at 2013-01-29 09:55:15
Tasmania Huon Pines .
#9jamailaAnswered at 2013-02-19 18:02:10
" Methuselah " Bristlecone pine , almost 4800 years old. http://www.sonic.net/bristlecone/intro.h ...
#10BlankAnswered at 2013-02-19 19:15:01
Living tree '8 , 000 years older than Christ ' ( ? ) Carl Kerby In a wild mountain Tasmania links are superb , recently discovered Huon pine has been called the world 's oldest known living organism . " Media reports have said that what appears to be hundreds of trees that densely cover one hectare (2, 5 acres ) , is part of the tree , since all these " trees " seem to have identical DNA . Over the years , it is believed , " snow has forced its branches to the ground , where they have taken root . ( The Sydney Morning Herald , January 28, 1995 , page 1 ) .
#11davieAnswered at 2013-02-28 05:23:06
I think this is a question no one can answer
#12TebbieAnswered at 2013-04-02 05:49:44
Adultery ? Ancestry ? (Sorry )
#13Doorstep Flowers IndiaAnswered at 2013-04-08 16:22:31
Methuselah , a bristlecone pine in the White Mountains of California , is not only the oldest tree in the world , but the world's oldest living organism . There are more tree clonal colonies like Pando , a forest of poplars in Utah , which is about 80,000 years , but not really a single organism.
#14frogAnswered at 2013-06-16 11:08:56
California's redwood
#15mARCIAnswered at 2013-08-13 15:18:49
"Methuselah", an ancient Bristlecone pine tree which is
4,767 years old and is still growing in the White Mountains of California.
#16StuartKessAnswered at 2013-09-09 12:39:14
A bristlecone pine tree in the White Mountains of eastern Calif.
#17OlawepoAnswered at 2013-09-25 02:39:31
"Methuselah" a bristlecone pine tree is around 5000 years old. It is the oldest confirmed tree. There is a creosote bush that maybe around 11,000 years old.
#18AngeliquaAnswered at 2013-11-11 02:59:37
in the rainforrests
#19emfnAnswered at 2013-11-20 23:08:54
Among the Red Woods .. you'd have to stop and knock gently on each tree and ask them individually how old they are. But it would be one of those Red Woods out there. Good Luck ! :)
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