Giant Tree Found in North Vancouver Could be Canada’s Fourth Widest

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Takeaways:

  • Canada’s 4th widest tree has been identified in a remote corner of Lynn Valley in North Vancouver.
  • The tree is an ancient western red cedar which measures 5.8 meters in diameter.
  • The tree is also estimated to be well over a thousand years old.

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