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  8. Wind, freezing temperatures and drought prove no match for Azorella compacta, a wild, inedible relative of parsley and fennel, which slowly and methodically ekes out an existence, growing as little as one meter a century.

  9. Given their density — a shrub can easily support the weight of a human — Yareta have been used like peat as a traditional fuel. Fortunately, South American governments have rallied to protect the endangered species.

  10. Methuselah, a bristlecone pine in the White Mountains of California, stands at the ripe old age of about 5,000, making it the oldest known non-cloned organism on Earth.

  11. Named for an Old Testament figure who lived 969 years, the Pinus longaeva’s exact whereabouts remain a closely guarded scientific secret, but you can wander by its ancient peers and perhaps the very tree

  12. The volcano sponges of Antarctica, Anoxycalyx joubini, are whitish blobs that resemble giant beer barrels or miniature volcanoes. They pepper the chilly waters around McMurdo Sound and their estimated age is based on the sheer size of the sponges, which only grow a tiny bit each year.