What is the largest tree in south America?



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    The Ombu tree in South America has a large trunk, with a circumference of 100 feet or more. However, they do not get very tall. The tallest tree in South America is the Fitzroya cupressoides. It has been measured to grow 57 meters tall, but is believed to be able to grow 60 to 70 meters.

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    The Tule Tree, a Montezuma Cypress growing near Oaxaca City, Mexico, is world famous for its girth, with a circumference of 164 feet. It has the largest circumference of any tree in the world, and is well over 100 feet tall.

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