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 What is the name of the oldest living tree in the world?

Answer According to National Geographic, the oldest living tree is called a Norway spruce and is in Sweden. It has a root system that is 9,550 years old, though the visible portion is not ancient. The old... Read More »
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What is the oldest living handwritten document in the world?

The current record for oldest writing sample was discovered in 1999. A stone tablet with some carved symbols that appear to be characters from Indus, one of the oldest known languages, was discover... Read More »
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What is the oldest known human fossil?

The oldest known human fossil is nicknamed "Ardi" and is believed to be 4.4 million years old, according to a 2009 National Geographic article. "Ardi" was discovered in Ethiopia's Afar desert. "Ard... Read More »
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What is the oldest human skeleton found?

The University of California at Berkeley reports the oldest human skeleton was discovered and partially reconstructed in Ethiopia in 2009. The skeleton, nicknamed Ardi, is estimated to be 4.4 milli... Read More »
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What is the oldest human fossil found?

With similarities to both humans and chimpanziees, Ardipithecus ramidus, nicknamed Ardi, is the oldest human fossil found to date. Scientists first discovered fragments of this fossil in Ethiopia i... Read More »
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