Takeaways:

  • The world’s tallest trees are the coast redwoods found along the coastline of Redwood National Park in Northern California.
  • When measured in 2019, the tree stood at 380 feet, 9.7 inches tall from the top to the base.
  • Coast redwoods are some of the most resilient trees as they are resilient to certain fungus and diseases and can withstand wildfires.

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