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How long do trees and shrubs live?
Both trees and shrubs are perennial plants, which means they live for more than two years. Shrubs live for at least three years. But trees usually live a lot longer. The oldest tree in the world is a bristlecone pine, nicknamed Methuselah, which is 4,767 years old. It is named after Methuselah in the Bible, who is said to have lived for 969 years.
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