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The other day I came across a story about an extinct palm tree growing from a 2,000-year-old seed. Archeologists found the seed while excavating ruins near the Dead Sea. It sat for another few years in a researcher’s desk drawer until finally someone decided to plant it. While this type of palm hasn’t grown in Israel since the sixth century, the tree (nicknamed Methuselah by the gardeners) has really taken root.