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Growing pains: The oldest trees on Earth ripped themselves apart, fossils show
Los Angeles Times
Scientists have discovered 374-million-year-old tree fossils from the dawn of Earth’s forests — and found that these strange plants literally had to rip themselves apart as they grew. The fossils, described in the Proceedings of the National Academy
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Growing pains: The oldest trees on Earth ripped themselves apart, fossils show – Los Angeles Times


Los Angeles Times

Growing pains: The oldest trees on Earth ripped themselves apart, fossils show
Los Angeles Times
Scientists have discovered 374-million-year-old tree fossils from the dawn of Earth's forests — and found that these strange plants literally had to rip themselves apart as they grew. The fossils, described in the Proceedings of the National Academy ...
First Trees on Earth Ripped Themselves Apart to Grow LargerNewsweek
The Weird Growth Strategy of Earth's First TreesThe Scientist
World's oldest tree grew in a totally different way to trees todayMetro
International Business Times -Science Magazine -Atlas Obscura -Live Science
all 24 news articles »

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