London, UK and Malaysia scientists say they have discovered the world’s tallest tree growing in humid regions (Tropical), which is 100 meters (328 feet) tall. Last year a team from the University of Nottingham discovered in the forests of Borneo.
According to media reports, researchers at Oxford University have taken drone flights along with 3D scans to confirm the length of the tree. This long-standing tree has been discovered in Danam Valley, Sabah, Malaysia.
This tree is named Minara, which is a Malay word and means minaret. The local climax is the geometry that measures the length of the tree by tape. According to him, it was a scary and windy climb.
He added that, but to be honest, the view from above was incredible. I don’t know what to say other than that but very, very, very amazing’.
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