Where can the world's tallest tree be found?
Surprisingly, this huge, coastal redwood wasn't discovered until 2006. The tree was verified as standing 115.55 m (379.1 ft) tall. The tree was found in a remote area of Redwood National and State Parks purchased in 1978. The exact location of the tree has not been revealed to the public for fear that human traffic would upset the ecosystem the tree inhabits. The tree is estimated to contain 530 m3 (18,600 cu ft) of wood and to be roughly 700–800 years old.