The Africa's tallest tree has been found in an urban landform on the Mount Kilimanjaro, which has 81,5 meter. The previous tree-height record was found in Limpopo, South Africa, which died in 2006. However, the world's tallest trees were not naturally found in Africa, for instance a 116 meter tall sequoia tree was discovered in North America and a 100 meter tall eucalyptus in Australian. The most important factor that made all of the highest trees was exist come from the other plants which grow nearby them. But, the green giants have faced the threat from illegal logging activity which bothering their habitat. David Seaborg at the World Rainforest Fund in California stated that protecting the habitat of old plants were bringing benefit for all of species in the jungle land.
which has 81,5 meter (unclear>> high/height ).
However, the world's tallest trees (the tallest>> it is always single thing, just write "TREE" ) were not naturally found ...
... other plants which grow (grew ) nearby them.
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