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    • Michelle Arnold

      4700 year old ancient bristlecone pine, found in the White Mountains, California. Oldest Trees in the world.

    • Lauren Xochitl

      In this beautiful night shot, a bristlecone tree trunk sits against a backdrop of star trails in the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest in eastern California's White Mountains. This particular trunk can be found in the park’s Methuselah Grove, which was named after the oldest of its inhabitants, “Methuselah” (in turn named after the oldest person in the Bible) – an unmarked bristlecone pine that is, by some accounts, 4,844 years old.

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    • Eleanor McGovern

      4700 year old ancient bristlecone pine, found in the White Mountains, California | Wonderful Places

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      4700 year old tree. California

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