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Unlike humans, old trees grow faster than young ones, new study shows

“It makes intuitive sense to use that most living things, us included, have a growth spurt when they’re young, and then slow down or stop. But in a new paper titledRate of tree carbon accumulation increases continuously with tree size¬†published in the prestigious scientific journal¬†Nature, scientists explain how they’ve found that this doesn’t apply to trees; in fact, the inverse is true….” Read the entire story here:¬†97% of species studied grew faster over time