In Sequoia national Park in California (USA) is home to the world's tallest trees - redwoods. Their life span can reach 4 thousand years old, height is 95 feet, and the circumference of the barrel - 5-11 meters.
In Redwood national Park, located in the same state, Sequoia grows with the height of 113 meters. The Sequoia can be called old, but the oldest on the planet tree is the bristlecone pine. There are instances, up to 4900 years. Grow these trees in the mountains of Eastern Nevada at the height 3275 meters. The circumference of their trunks reaches 6.4 meters and a height of about 5 meters.