Is this Planet Earth or some distant alien planet? These trees seem impossibly huge. Here are the fifteen largest trees on Planet Earth.
The giant redwoods that grow in California are by some degree the tallest trees in the world. There are a large number of these giants throughout the state but one that eclipses the rest is known as Hyperion first discovered in 2006 it has been measured and verified to be 379.1 feet tall and is in a remote region of one of the redwood national and state parks.
The exact location and details of this ancient wood structure have been kept confidential due to fears that its visitation would cause it harm. Believed to be around 600-800 years old, with a volume of 18,600 cubic feet of wood, this place is a sight to see.
The abundance of wildlife in the Amazon rainforest is well documented and the number of trees growing here is just as impressive. As many as 16,000 species are estimated to be growing in this lush environment, with an estimated 390 billion trees Despite their unique climate, the majority of species found in Sumamera don’t seem to reach the same heights as those found elsewhere in the world. Surprisingly, there is one exception to this rule – Sumamera.
it’s a species of a kapok tree and is by far the highest in the rainforest growing to an average height of 200 feet there are likely specimens that become far higher with the current record standing at 252 feet.