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Tallest Trees in the World

Everyone has heard of those trees that are gigantic, but now you get to find out which ones are the tallest.

Tallest Trees in the World

1.

379
ft

Hyperion Coast Redwood

379.1 Feet
Hyperion Coast Redwood

Sequoia or California Redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) was discovered in Humboldt Redwoods State Park, a remote California forest and is the World's Tallest Tree. It might also be one of the world's oldest, given that redwoods live for up to 2,200 years - that's older than our modern calculation of time.

2.

371
ft

Stratosphere Giant

370.5 Feet
Stratosphere Giant

This Coast Redwood is in Humboldt Redwoods State Park. Coast Redwoods are native to a narrow strip of land only 750 km (470 miles) in length along the coast of California and southwestern Oregon. Sequoias belong to the subfamily of Sequoioideau in the cypress family of Cupressaceae and their conservation status is classified as vulnerable.

3.

327
ft

Centurion Mountain Ash

326.8 Feet
Centurion Mountain Ash

This Mountain Ash, also called Victorian Ash, Swamp or Stringy Gum, or Tasmanian Oak belongs to the Eucalyptus species (Eucalyptus regnans) native to southeastern Australia and Tasmania.

4.

326
ft

Doerner Fir

326.1 Feet
Doerner Fir

Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) that can be found in Brummit Creek, Coos County, Oregon. This evergreen conifer is a native of the coastal stretch from west-central British Columbia to central California.

5.

315
ft

Carmanah Giant Sitka Spruce

315 Feet
Carmanah Giant Sitka Spruce

Sitka Spruce (Picea sitchensis) is the third tallest conifer species in the world. It is a native of North America's west coast and can be found as far up north as Alaska's Kodiak Island

6.

311
ft

Giant Sequoia

311 Feet
Giant Sequoia

Giant Sequoia (Sequoiadendron giganteum) The oldest known Giant Sequoia is 3,500 years old and the tallest one grows at Redwood Mountain Grove in California's King's Canyon National Park.

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