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TED Thursday: The world’s oldest living things

April 25, 2013

Rachel Sussman has travelled the world to photograph and study the world’s oldest living things. From 2000year old coral to an underground forest in South Africa that’s been around since the dawn of agriculture!

Previous TED Thursday Talks:

TED Thursday: How Mushrooms Will Save Us And The World
TED Thursday: How We Found The Giant Squid
TED Thursday: How I Fell In Love With A Fish
TED Thursday: Were We Born To Swim? Aquatic Ape Theory
TEDThursday: Can we control climate change by reversing desertification?

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