Is this the oldest tree in the world?

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The world’s oldest tree may have been standing for centuries when the first boulders were erected at Stonehenge, new research suggests.The ancient giant, an alerce (Fitzroya cupressoides) known as the “Gran Abuelo” (or great grandfather in Spanish) that towers over a ravine in the Chilean Andes, may be roughly 5,400 years old, a new computer…

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