10 Oldest Trees in the World

Environmentalgraffiti.com’s list of the 10 Oldest Trees in the World includes 3 from the US. The oldest tree on the list is Methuselah, a 4,800-year-old Great Basin Bristle-cone pine, located in Methuselah alley, Nevada. The Bald Cypress known as the ‘Senator‘, from Florida comes in at #5 and the ‘General Sherman‘, a Giant Sequoia from the Sequoia National Park in California is #9 on the list.

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Courtesy of environmentalgraffiti.com

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