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What is the oldest tree?
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The world's oldest clonal tree is the Old Tjikko, a Norway Spruce tree to be found on the Fulu Mountain in Dalarna, Sweden. According to scientists at UmeƄ University the tree is 9550 years old, taking root at the *** of the last ice age.
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The world's oldest recorded tree is a 9550 year old spruce in the Dalarna province of Sweden. it was discovered on a Swedish mountain is the planet's most ancient known living plant, according to scientists.
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