More spectacular trees from the different parts of the world.
Trees are one of the tallest, biggest, largest, even the oldest and most wonderful organisms in the world that continue to fascinate us. Here are 11 more spectacular trees from the different parts of the world.
World’s Tallest Living and Oldest Teak Tree – Kannimari Teak, India
World’s Largest Banyan Tree – India
The Tingle Tree – Australia
World’s Largest Teak Tree – Thailand
Largest Ginkgo – Japan
The Senator – Largest Bald Cypress in the USA
Largest Eucalyptus Tree in the US
World’s Largest Cryptomeria – Jomon Sugi Tree – Japan
Gloucester Tree – Australia
World’s Largest Cashew Tree – Brazil
The Square Knot Tree
Do you know that the tallest and oldest living teak tree in the world is located in Parambikulam Wild Life Sanctuary of Palghat, Kerala, India? It is 47.5 meters tall with a girth of 642 cm.
Another amazing tree in India is a banyan tree that stands in the Indian Botanical Gardens in Howrah. This 200 year-old tree is considered as the world’s largest banyan tree, with a circumference of approximately 330 meters. It was really incredible. This single tree looks like an entire forest.
There’s only one place where you can find the red tingle tree in the world – Walpole-Nornalup National Park, Australia. They are the largest of all the eucalyptus with a girth of up to 26 meters. Growing up to 75 meters tall these trees, can live to over 400 years old.
The tallest and oldest teak tree in the world is the Kannimari teak in India but the largest teak tree in the world is the Big Teak Tree Forest Park in Nam Pat District, Uttaradit. It has an approximate age of 1,511 years, measuring 37 meters in height and 6.57 meters in diameter.
The world’s largest ginkgo is located in Sarukawa No Ichou. It is 50 meters tall with a girth of 11.2 meters. This ginkgo is about 1,000 years of age and one of the tallest in Japan.
The Senator is the largest Bald cypress tree in the United States. It is 35 m (115 ft) tall, with a trunk diameter of 344 cm, and an estimated stem volume of 119.4 m3. It is located in Big Tree Park, Longwood, Florida, and as of 1993, is estimated to be 3500 years old.
The largest eucalyptus tree in the US is in Fort Ross State Park.
Jomon Sugi is a very large tree located on Yakushima Island, Japan. It is Japan’s national tree. This large “Yakusugi Cedar” (Cryptomeria japonica)tree was located in 1996 and has since become quite famous. It is said to be the largest specimen of Cryptomeria known. It is 25 meters tall and estimated to be around 2,200 years old. It is called “Jomon-sugi” (meaning Old Cedar though it’s not a cedar) and is located in the Yakushima World Heritage Area.
Looking for some adventure and fun and want to experience climbing some of the highest trees in the world? A giant karri tree in the Gloucester National park, Australia called the Gloucester tree is the tallest fire-lookout tree in the world. The Gloucester tree has a height of 61 meters or 201feet. Visitors can climb up to a platform in its upper branches for a spectacular view of the surrounding karri forest.
Have you seen the largest cashew tree in the world? The largest cashew tree in the world is found in Brazil. The tree covers an area of about 7500 square meters, with a perimeter of about 500 meters.
The square Knot Tree
I found this unusual and unlabeled tree on the Internet and I labeled it “The Square Knot Tree”. I’ve learned this figure during scouting in my elementary school days.
Travel around the world and see some of the most astonishing species of trees. I would like to see all these trees personally one day.
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