This is cool

The plant above is called La Llareta. It’s a bush with millions of tiny, tightly-packed leaves. It’s in Chile’s Atacama desert, and it’s more than 2,000 years old. Rachel Sussman is photographing the oldest living things in the world. It’s interesting to see the type of things that have had the fortitude, or adaptability, or luck to survive from one epoch into a very different time.

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