What is the Widest Tree in the World?
The widest tree in the entire world is a European chestnut tree called The Tree of a Thousand Horses. It’s total circumference was more than 190 feet. The living tree with the world’s widest trunk is the Santa Maria Arbor del Tule, in Mexico. It’s circumference is 164 feet. This tree is over 2000 years old, a true marvel of all trees.
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