Old Tjikko is a 9,550 year old Norway Spruce tree, located on Fulufjället Mountain of Dalarna province in Sweden. Old Tjikko is the world's oldest living individual clonal tree, however, there are many examples of much older clonal colonies (multiple trees connected by a common root system), such as "Pando", estimated to be over 80,000 years old.

Old Tjikko is a year old Norway Spruce tree, located on Fulufjället Mountain of Dalarna province in Sweden. Old Tjikko is the world's oldest living individual clonal tree.

The world’s oldest tree, a 9,500-year-old Norwegian Spruce named “Old Tjikko,” after Professor Leif Kullman’s Siberian husky, continues to grow in Sweden. Discovered in 2004 by Kullman, professor of Physical Geography at Umeå University, the age of the tree was determined using carbon-14 dating. Photo, Karl Brodowsky.

9,500-Year-Old Tree Found in Sweden Is The World’s Oldest Tree

The world’s oldest tree, a Norwegian Spruce named “Old Tjikko,” after Professor Leif Kullman’s Siberian husky, continues to grow in Sweden. Winds and low temperatures made Old Tjikko “like a bonsai tree…Big trees cannot get as old as this.

Gemeine Fichte 'Old Tjikko' auf dem Gipfel des Fulufjället, Fulufjället National Park, Schweden

World’s Oldest Tree - Dalarna Province in Sweden - Norwegian Spruce named Old Tjikko is years old!

The root system under this tree has been carbon-dated to be 9,550 years old.  Click to read.

The Norway spruce - Oldest Living Tree Found in Sweden. The trunk of the above tree is less than 600 years old—but its roots date back to years ago, making it the world's oldest known living tree, scientists say. Photo by Leif Kullman at Umeå University

Old Tjikko – 9550 years Sweden

Discover Old Tjikko in Älvdalen S, Sweden: The world's oldest individual clonal tree looks like a wimp despite standing tall for years.

The world's oldest tree, a 9,500-year-old Norwegian Spruce named “Old Tjikko,” after Professor Leif Kullman's Siberian husky, continues to grow in Sweden. Discovered in 2004 by Kullman, professor of Physical Geography at Umeå University, the age of the tree was determined using carbon-14 dating.

9,500-Year-Old Tree Found in Sweden Is The World’s Oldest Tree

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"Old Tjikko" is an ancient tree dated to be 9,550 years old. Ohhh! She is the oldest single stemmed conal tree. The seed took root shortly after the ice age. This thrills me.Astonishing!

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Old Tjikko This ancient, tall Norway spruce lives in the scrubby Fulufjället Mountains in Sweden. At years, Old Tjikko is the oldest single-stemmed clonal tree, and took root not long after the glaciers receded from Scandinavia after the last ice age.

This is Old Tjikko, a 9,550-year-old Norway spruce tree, one of the oldest on Earth, in Fulufjallets national park, Sweden. Old Tjikko is th...

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The world's oldest tree, a Norwegian Spruce named “Old Tjikko,” after Professor Leif Kullman's Siberian husky, continues to grow in Sweden.

Called Old Tjikko, this 9,550-year-old trunk from a clonal Norway spruce is a record-breaker.

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Called Old Tjikko, this trunk from a clonal Norway spruce is a record-breaker.

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Sweden Eldest Tree in the world: The "Old Tjikko" is nearly years old.

The world's oldest tree, a 9,500-year-old Norwegian Spruce named “Old Tjikko,” after Professor Leif Kullman's Siberian husky, continues to grow in Sweden. Discovered in 2004 by Kullman, professor of Physical Geography at Umeå University, the age of the tree was determined using carbon-14 dating.

9,500-Year-Old Tree Found in Sweden Is The World’s Oldest Tree

The world’s oldest tree, a Norwegian Spruce named “Old Tjikko,” after Professor Leif Kullman’s Siberian husky, continues to grow in Sweden.

At a mere 16 feet in stature, this Norway spruce on Fulufjället Mountains in Sweden may not seem that impressive on first glimpse, but don't judge a book by its cover. Old Tjikko is 9,550 years. It is not the oldest tree on the planet per se, but it is the oldest single-stemmed clonal tree – meaning that while the trunk may have died off here and there, the same roots have endured for all this time.

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A sus 9.550 años, «Old Tjikko» continúa creciendo en Suecia

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Old tjikko - North of Sweden A 9 500 years old trea.

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Old Tjikko è un abete norvegese alto 16 metri e vive nelle montagne Fulufjallet in Svezia. L'età dell'albero determinata dalla datazione al carbonio, ha stabilito che Old Tjikko ha 9550 anni. Per migliaia di anni il clima ostile della tundra lo ha tenuto sotto forma di arbusto. Il clima caldo sviluppatosi lo scorso secolo, lo ha trasformato in un albero.

Old Tjikko è un abete norvegese alto 16 metri e vive nelle montagne Fulufjallet in Svezia. L'età dell'albero determinata dalla datazione al carbonio, ha stabilito che Old Tjikko ha 9550 anni. Per migliaia di anni il clima ostile della tundra lo ha tenuto sotto forma di arbusto. Il clima caldo sviluppatosi lo scorso secolo, lo ha trasformato in un albero.

Oldest living individual tree roots: Old Tjikko  This spindly Norway spruce (Picea abies) that lives in Sweden has a lot going on underground – radiocarbon dating of the 13-foot-tall tree revealed that its root system has been growing for 9,550 years. Named Old Tjikko, it was originally reported in 2008 that this was the oldest tree, but in fact, it is the oldest clonal tree – meaning that it has regenerated new trunks, branches and roots over millenia rather than being a single tree of such…

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