There is a tree that is 3,200 years old that sits in Nevada’s Sequoia National Park and goes by the nickname “The President”.
The President stands 247 feet tall and is 3,200 years old.
This tree has more needles than any other tree in the world. A whopping 2 BILLION needles.
It’s also the fastest growing tree in the world growing as fast as one cubic meter per year.
It’s so big that it’s never been caught on a single photo image, until now.
National Geographic set up a team to capture the tree in a single image. The photo, is actually a mosaic, is made up of 126 photos in order to capture the full-length shot.
It look special pulleys to pull of the shot.
And the final result is simply breathtaking.
This tree is by no means, the tallest in the world. The tallest in the world actually goes to a California Redwood which stands 379 get tall. Bu in terms of mass, it’s one of the largest. The stunning shot of the tree was featured as a five-page fold-out in National Geographic.
Check out the video of how the captured this image:
Pretty impressive, right?