- Redwood, Douglas fir, Eucalyptus
- 113 metre(s)
- Not Applicable ()
Redwoods (genera Sequoia and Sequoiadendron) and eucalyptuses (genus Eucalyptus, often called gum trees) share the distinction of being the world’s tallest tree species. Both types of tree have been recorded growing to heights of over 113 m (372 ft).