Trees, as you know, can be monumental! They are the biggest and the longest living organism here on earth. Some trees can be thousands of years old and others can be hundreds of meters above the ground. Below are ten (10) of the world’s tallest trees.
INFOGRAPHIC Top Ten Tallest Trees in the World
1) Cost Redwoods
Coast Redwoods are amongst Earth’s tallest trees. They are classified as an evergreen and they belong to the conifer division.  Quite interestingly, Redwoods, in spite of its tall structure, have wide spreading lateral roots with no taproot. The bark is up to 12 inches (30 cm) thick and quite fibrous .
The tallest tree in the world ‘Hyperion’ reaches 379.7 feet (115.7 m). 
Redwood National and State Parks California, USA. 
2) Mountain Ash
Mountain Ash (Eucalyptus Regnans) is the closest rival of the California’s Redwoods when it comes to being named as the world’s tallest tree; however, it is crowned as the tallest flowering plant in the world. Most of these trees can be found in Tasmania and the state of Victoria in southeastern Australia.
Australia’s ‘Centurion’ measures 99.82 meters (327 feet) 
Edwards Rd near Tahune Airwalk, Australia 
3) Cost Douglas-Fir
Pseudotsuga menziesii also known as the Coast Douglas-fir is a perennial timber tree that has fragrant needles that naturally grows in the British Columbia and California sierra.
‘Doerner fir’ the tallest Douglas fir was measure 327.3 feet in 2011 
Oregon Coast mountains west of Roseburg, near the Burnt Mountain Recreation area in BLM forest. 
4) Sitka Spruce
Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis) is also known as the coast or tidewater spruce. Its common name, Sitka, reflects the place of its Alaskan discovery; coast, its geographical distribution; and tidewater, its habitat. 
The tallest known Sitka spruce in the world is ‘Raven Spruce’ which is 96.7 m (96.68 m) tall. 
Exact location of this enormous tree is not disclosed but it is known that the tree is located in Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park. 
5) Giant Sequoias
Being dwarfed by Earth’s most massive tree, the giant sequoias fills you with wonder. It’s hard to believe that a living thing can be so enormous and old.
The General Sherman Tree is the world’s largest tree by volume, measured by volume. It stands 275 feet (83 m) tall. 
6) Yellow Meranti
Yellow meranti is light yellow and moderately durable. It is used for interior joinery, boxes and crates, furniture, flooring, light carpentry, and veneer. Its IUCN Red List status is “Endangered.” 
The world’s tallest known tropical tree ‘Maliau Basin’ measures 89.5 metres. 
The tallest known Yellow Meranti tree has been discovered in Malaysia, Sabah. 
7) Manna Gum
Manna Gum (Eucalyptus viminalis) has very light color of trunk.  Occurs widely in the south-eastern mainland from south-eastern Queensland to Adelaide, South Australia and throughout Tasmania where it grows in a variety of situations from the coast through to the mountains in tall open forest. 
Tallest Manna Gum tree measures 91.3 m tall. 
The ‘White Knight’ (tallest Manna Gum) can be found in Evercreech Forest Reserve Tasmania Australia
8) Southern Blue Gum
Eucalyptus globulus also known as the Blue Gum is a fast-growing tree and is widely cultivated as a plantation species within Australia and other subtropical climates. The wood is primarily used for pulp and fuel, though some is harvested for woodworking purposes. Blue Gum is generally regarded as a utility lumber. 
Neeminah Loggorale Meena is the highest Blue Gum measuring 90.7 m. 
Tasmania, Australia 
9) Alpine Ash
Eucalyptus delegatensis, commonly known as alpine ash, woollybutt, gum-topped stringybark, and white-top, is a sub-alpine or temperate tree of southeastern Australia. A straight, grey-trunked tree, it reaches heights of over 90 meters in suitable conditions. 
Staggering height of 87.9 m. 
The tallest currently known specimen is located in Tasmania, Australia. 
10) Brown Top Stringybark
Brown Top Stringybark botanical name Eucalyptus obliqua has thick, stringy rough bark over the trunk extending to the branchlets. It belongs in the green-leaved ash group and is notable for the large, obliquely ovate, glossy green, petiolate, pendulous juvenile leaves. Fruits are usually distinctly pedicellate and barrel-shaped. 
King Stringy the tallest Eucalyptus obliqua measures 86 m. 
This giant tree can be found in Tasmania, Australia.