What are the longest living trees in the world?

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    The single oldest living tree in the world is a spruce tree in Sweden, estimated to be 9,550 years old. Despite changing weather patterns, these trees have survived with their ability to push through an old trunk of a previous tree that had died.

    Another tree that is one of the longest living in the world, up to 5,000 years old, are the small but hardy bristlecone pines of North America. These trees are found in certain areas throughout California and Nevada.

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