An Almanac Minute- Trees

October 21, 2013

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What are the biggest trees of the forest? Check out some impressive tree facts in this month's Almanac Minute!

After you watch the video, learn more impressive tree facts in the Almanac Monthly emagazine.

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A very large Bald Cypress has

A very large Bald Cypress has been discovered in the Hatchie River bottoms near Stanton Tennessee. According to our local newspaper, The Fayette Falcon, it is over 130 feet high, with a crown width of 63 feet and trunk circumference of almost 43 feet (chest height). I is estimated to be over 800 years old.

Dear Jackie, Very impressive!

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Dear Jackie,
Very impressive! Seems like you might have a champion on your hands. For more information on how to nominate a tree, check out: www.americanforests.org/our-pr...

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