Tallest tree species

Tallest tree species
Who
Redwood, Douglas fir, Eucalyptus
What
113 metre(s)
Where
Not Applicable
When
2012

Redwoods (genera Sequoia and Sequoiadendron), eucalypts (genus Eucalyptus, often called gum trees) and the Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii), a type of pine, share the distinction of being the world’s tallest tree species. All types of tree have been recorded growing to heights of over 113 metres (372 feet).