The Earth has a staggering variety of trees, many of which are older than any human currently alive today

A new study published in the journal Nature this week, found that there are a staggering 3 trillion trees growing around the world

This includes the mighty Redwoods, giant Sequoias and elderly Bristlecone Pines. It also includes more common species like Maple trees and Oaks, and Birch trees and Pine. It encompasses, too, the many species yet to be discovered that are hidden in the vast rainforests of the world, soaking up moisture, and producing oxygen for us all to breathe Read more…

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Capturing the beauty of Earth’s 3.04 trillion trees