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Read “The Oldest Living Things In The World” by Rachel Sussman:
Amazon: http://amzn.to/1uZ6wJp
Public Library: http://bit.ly/1s2gCnb

Special thanks to Rachel for lending her voice and photos to this episode!

Species featured in this video:

Bristlecone pine: http://bit.ly/1o3zW4p
Baobab: http://bit.ly/1qJo6ul
Pando: http://bit.ly/1tLlRLU
Map lichens: http://bit.ly/WVgoFh
Yucca: http://bit.ly/1uZ71my
Creosote: http://bit.ly/1xUZrpj
Llareta: http://bit.ly/1ANGYPC
Black coral: http://bit.ly/1zLWn1s
Barrel sponge: http://bit.ly/1opvDjb
Posidonia sea grass: http://bit.ly/UVoN9u
Pond cypress: http://bit.ly/1okVPY6
“Old Tjikko” spruce: http://bit.ly/1s30eq7
Stromatolites: http://bit.ly/1pyymXs
Siberian Actinobacteria: http://bit.ly/1xUZ5yR

Unless otherwise indicated, all photos are © Rachel Sussman, used with permission.

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Joe Hanson – Host and writer
Joe Nicolosi – Director
Amanda Fox – Producer, Spotzen Inc.
Kate Eads – Associate Producer
Editing/Motion Graphics – Andrew Matthews
Gaffer – John Knudsen

Theme music:
“Ouroboros” by Kevin MacLeod

Produced by PBS Digital Studios:http://www.youtube.com/user/pbsdigita…

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