Not as old as the redwoods, but - England's "ancient oak inventory"

The western coast of United States has the fabled giant sequoias and redwoods, which stand as some of the oldest and tallest trees in the world. But new research in England has identified a group of previously unknown oak trees that are as much as 1,000 year old, giving England a larger collection of ancient oak trees than the entire continent of Europe.


Hundreds of previously undiscovered ancient oak trees found in English countryside

By David Keys

The Independent

March 3, 2017

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