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living things that are older than 2,000 years

 
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Wow, a "tree" that is 80,000 years old. And more.

Watch Rachel Sussman: the world's oldest living things TEDTalk.
 
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Wow! I had heard of the Hundred Horse Chestnut in Sicily which is between 2000 and 4000 years old, but that is something: 80,000 year! Anot her TED talk on my "To watch" list.
 
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