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Groves of hardy bristlecone pines — the world’s longest-living tree — flourish above 9,000 feet, while caves riddle the underground.
The bristlecone pine’s distant relative, the limber pine is also a hearty survivalist, living 2,000 years.
Forests of the diminutive bristlecone pines are found in eastern California, Nevada and Utah.
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