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Apr 20, 2021

[Answer] What is the oldest surviving tree species?

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...1. Elm 2. Ginkgo 3. Oak 4. Silver Birch

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Ginkgo - Called “a living fossil” by some botanists, the ginkgo tree has been around – and more or less unchanged – for over 200 million years. That puts it alive and kicking when the dinosaurs roamed the Earth. The oldest tree species on Earth is the only known species without any living relatives. There are five living groups of seed plants, one of them being ginkgo, and it’s the only one with a single species. Archeologists and botanists know that the ginkgo has remained fairly unchanged, due to those 200-million-year-old fossils, whose leaves look surprisingly similar to contemporary ginkgo fan-shaped leaves.:

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