I Tell You The Trees Are Over 1000 Years Old In The World

Old Tjikko
I Tell You - The trees are over 1000 years old in the world | Nearly a third of the earth shrouded in trees, although it was once much more widely. Humans already cleared about half the world's forests since the 1800s, and the rest are still about 10 billion acres - roughly 31 percent.

Forests absorb and store most of the carbon dioxide into the atmosphere blaze, so that forests be vital deterrent against climate change.

But I tell you the trees are over 1,000 years old in the world that still exist or alive
  1. The Ifaty Teapot, Adansonia za, in Toliara, Madagascar, estimated age of 1200 years old.
  2. The Sahabi, Jordan, estimated age over 1,400 years old.
  3. Kongeegen (the King Oak), Denmark, estimated age between 1,500 and 2,000 years old.
  4. The Jardine Juniper, Rocky Mountain juniper, USA, estimated age of 1,500 years old.
  5. The Alerce Milenario, Fitzroya cupressoides, Chile, estimated age of 3,600 years old.
  6. The Hundred-Horse Chestnut, Castanea sativa, Italy, estimated age of  2,000 to 4,000 years old.
  7. The Zoroaster Sarv, Cypress, Iran, estimated age of 4,000 years old.
  8. The Llangernyw Yew, Taxus baccata, USA, estimated age of 4,000 years old.
  9. The Great Basin Bristlecone Pine, Pinus longaeva, USA - In 2016 it was 4,848 years old.
  10. The Methuselah, Pinus longaeva, USA, estimated age of 5,000 years old.
  11. The Jomon Sugi, Japanese Cedar, Japan, estimated age between 2,170 and 7,200 years old.
  12. Old Tjikko, Swedia, estimated age of 9,550 years old.
There are many other trees that are over 1000 years, but what was mentioned this time felt sufficient to represent trees that have not been mentioned.

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