Rachel Sussman shows photographs of the world’s oldest continuously living organisms — from 2,000-year-old brain coral off Tobago’s coast to an “underground forest” in South Africa that has lived since before the dawn of agriculture. Learning about the earth’s oldest living things helps us understand unique lifeforms and the timespan of our own human lives.
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