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Bipedendaffus Giganteum
If a dendrochronologist were to make a cross-section to determine the age of this tree they would be astonished for two reasons. A: The tree would not topple over as it has two trunks instead
of the usual one and B: it would be the oldest living tree on the planet dating back to 3120 BC.
Unfortunately the significance of this tree's heritage is lost on the ever-expansive Schaffas
populous who have scheduled its removal to 'put up a parking lot.'

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Chris Edser
Adelaide, Australia