At Over 34 Million Years Old, Some Of The Oldest Trees In The World Are Found In Colorado

What is your favorite kind of tree? While most of us have soft spots for aspen, pine, and oak, there is one little-known tree in Colorado that doesn’t look like the rest and – because of this – is often overlooked. Are you curious as to what this tree looks like and why it is so unique? Then you will want to check out these incredible 34-million-year-old Colorado trees:

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