It’s a bit hard to say because the title is constantly changing. By the way, just so we’re clear, I’m defining “biggest” here in terms of volume, not height. “Del Norte Titan”, which has the mass of 15 adult blue whales, and “Lost Monarch” both redwoods in California’s Jedediah Smith Redwood State Park could claim the title. Lost Monarch has more volume (wood wise) than Del Norte Titan, but some people argue Del Norte Titan should be considered the larger because it is a single stem tree while Lost Monarch has multiple stems.
In terms of height, NPR gives the title of “World’s Tallest Tree” to a tree in California’s Redwood National Park nicknamed “Hyperion.” At 379 feet 4 inches, it is over twice as tall as the Statue of Liberty. The title was previously held by “Stratosphere Giant” at 369 feet, located in Humboldt Redwoods State Park.
The Coast Redwood is the largest tree in the world. They are found along the West coast of the US. Hyperion is the name of the largest tree and stands at 379.1 feet.
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