What species is the world's tallest tree?
California’s redwood trees are among Mother Nature’s most impressive, reaching heights of roughly 300 feet, and claiming the title of tallest trees in the world. The tallest redwood on record, nicknamed Hyperion, towered above the California forest at a whopping 379.9 feet tall, over 70 feet taller than the Statue of Liberty. But height is only one impressive redwood-tree trait. These trees are also among the world’s oldest living organisms. Redwoods can live 2,000 years or longer, which means these trees have witnessed serious history. The world’s oldest redwood is around 2,200 years old. Source: Live Science | Date Updated: May 27, 2021
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