Sequoia National Park, one of nature’s most noteworthy perfect works of art sneaks. It stands about 7,000 feet above ocean level and has a breadth of 27 feet. It’s the second-biggest tree on the planet, reports National Geographic, and they call it “the President.”
When you get a look at the approaching excellence, you’ll see why it merits the epithet. To catch said excellence in the greater part of its radiance, a group of researchers from Humboldt State University climbed the distance to the top. The President stands barely short of 250 feet tall and is said to have somewhere in the range of 2 billion clears out.