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"Living Fossil" Tree from Australia on Display in Ljubljana

Ljubljana, 28 September - An example of the Australian Wollemi Pine was presented in the Ljubljana Botanical Garden on Thursday. The tree, widespread at the time of the dinosaurs, was thought to be long extinct until it was found again in 1994, only 150km from Sydney.

Ljubljana, Botanical Garden.
Press conference to present the Wollemi Pine, the "living fossil".
The Dean of the Biotechnical Faculty (BF) Joze Osterc, the head of the Botanical Garden Joze Bavcon and lecturer in the Department of Biology at the BF Mihael Toman.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana, Botanical Garden.
Press conference to present the Wollemi Pine, the "living fossil". The head of the Botanical Garden Joze Bavcon.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana, Botanical Garden.
Press conference to present the Wollemi Pine, the "living fossil".
The Dean of the Biotechnical Faculty (BF) Joze Osterc, the head of the Botanical Garden Joze Bavcon and lecturer in the Department of Biology at the BF Mihael Toman.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

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