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Resembling a growing rock rather than a plant, the bristlecone pine is the longest-living tree on the planet. These trees grow in the White Mountains, just east of the Sierra Nevada. Share this:Sha…

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The trees of the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, in the White Mountains near Bishop, California, are the oldest living recorded organisms on Earth. Many of the trees are over years old, with the “Methuselah” tree dated at more than years old.

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Classifying the world’s tallest, thickest, biggest, and oldest trees can be an extreme challenge. For the National Geographic “Extreme Trees” poster, featured in several of…

Bristlecone pine tree, Great Basin National Park, Nevada

The world's 10 oldest living trees

One of the world's ten oldest living trees: Bristlecone pine tree, Great Basin National Park, Nevada

Bristlecone Pine" High in the White Mountains of the Inyo National Forest in California are gnarled bristlecone pines well over 4,000 years old. The Methuselah trail in the Schulman Grove is home to many of these ancient trees. They sprouted during glacial times, fifteen centuries before the birth of Christ. -Discover Magazine

San Francisco photographer Beth Moon spent 14 years photographing the world's oldest trees.

Ancient Bristlecone Pine, Cedar Breaks National Monument, Utah. Just before arriving at Spectra Point you are greeted by one of Natures Oldest living things. These ancient Bristlecone Pine trees that exist in the harsh environment of a windswept ridge are a wonder to behold. One stands in reverenced awe at these masters of survival, some living as long as 5000 years.

Ancient Bristlecone Pine, Cedar Breaks National Monument by Donna M.

Methuselah (over 4,800 years old) in the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest located in the Patriarch Grove section of the Inyo National Forest near Bishop, California • photo: Mike Norton on Shutterstock http://www.shutterstock.com/pic-28629013/stock-photo-bristlecone-pine-trees-located-in-the-patriarch-grove-section-of-the-inyo-national-forest.html?src=PS5DwrRy6S3EBRIUs8iKRA-1-1

Read More About Methuselah (over years old) in the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest located in the Patriarch Grove section of the Inyo National Forest near Bishop, California

Researchers studying a remote section of the Pindos mountains in northern Greece have discovered a grove of ancient trees untouched for more than 1,000 years. The dozen millennium-old trees, all Bosnian pines, include one specimen that first set down roots at least 1,075 years ago.

Scientists discover grove of 1,000-year-old trees in Greece

Over a dozen 'millennium trees,' including one declared the oldest in Europe, have been found in the highlands of northern Greece. Bosnian pine in climate similar to where the Bristlecone pine lives.

This magnificent image shows a hauntingly beautiful bristlecone pine captured against the stark majesty of the night sky. Captured at Patriarch Grove in the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, there aren’t many organisms on earth older than this tree, which makes its juxtaposition with the stars seem particularly fitting.

This magnificent image shows a hauntingly beautiful bristlecone pine captured against the stark majesty of the night sky. Captured at Patriarch Grove in the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, there aren't many organisms on earth older than this tree

Bristlecone Pine Tree On The Rim Of Crater Lake - Oregon

Bristlecone Pine tree on the rim of Crater Lake, Oregon -Christine Till

Oldest trees are also striking and in some cases, in their own way quite beautiful. Great Basin bristlecone pine

Lords of the Rings: Oldest Tree Species on Earth

Methuselah- The world’s oldest individual tree lives feet above sea level in the Inyo National Forest, California. A staggering years old, this primeval tree was already a century old when the first pyramid was built in Egypt. The tree is hid

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