The tallest trees in the world are redwoods
Shortly after it was measured and deemed the world's tallest, a writer for the New Yorker climbed close to the top and described what it was like to stand there.
A typical redwood lives for 500 to 700 years, although some have been documented at more than 2,000 years old.
the redwoods' great height is due, in part, to the favorable climatic conditions found in California, including mild year-round temperatures and heavy annual rainfall.
there are other giant red woods around the world, Helios, which is just a shade smaller than Hyperion, at 374.3 feet (114.1 m), as well as Icarus (371.2 feet or 113.1 m) and Daedalus (363.4 feet or 110.8 m). The exact locations of many of these giants is kept secret to prevent vandalism. But if you travel the world and secretly find them yourself, thst would be the thing to do, just to keep them well preserved there not going to be to many pictures of exactly here the redwoods would be.
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