A giant underground fungus in Oregon discovered in 2000 covers about 2,200 acres. The Armillaria ostoyae, or honey mushroom, is 3.5 miles across and takes up 1,665 football fields. It’s age is estimated anywhere between 2400 and 7200 years old.
In a forest in Oregon there is an enormous fungus, which is considered a mushroom, that has been growing for 2,400 years called the honey mushroom. It has vine-like shoots that run in an area that covers 2,200 acres and stretches 3.5 miles. In the spring it shoots up what we know as normal-looking mushrooms. It is also considered the world’s biggest living organism and has been killing large trees.
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