National geographic largest tree

The above link of the site provides some fascinating news for botanists and tree lovers. Thought about to be the plant never before, this fantastic tree is approximated to be 9,500 years old.

Teacher Leif Kullman’s Siberian husky, continues to grow this first tree in Sweden. According to its conclusion, the age of the tree was identified using carbon-14 dating. He says “Throughout the glacial epoch water level was 120 meters lower and much exactly what is now the North Sea in waters between England and Norway was in this forest time, “named after old Tjikko, this tree is distinct due to wind and low temperature levels. So look in the oldest bonsai tree of life that you always need. If you find for the oldest known plant, you actually stay on the amazing post page. More info: National Geographic

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Image credits: Leif Kullman
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Image credits: Petter Rybäck
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Image credits: Patrik Qvist

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