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This 2,000-year-old killer fungus in Oregon is the world's largest living organism

The largest living thing on the planet is not a whale or any other animal you might expect. It is a giant fungus that kills anything in its path, currently taking up more than three square miles of Oregon. Follow TI: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
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