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The Tree of Life, Bahrain - standing alone in the heart of the desert, miles away from any water source or other vegetation, is one of the world’s most remarkable phenomena, a mesquite tree over 400 years old.
Giant Sequoia: General Sherman. This redwood tree is located in Sequoia National Park in California and is believed to be between 2,300 and 2,700 years old. It towers about 275 feet above the ground, is the largest non-clonal tree in the world by volume, and is more than 100 feet around at the base.
Tree of Life (Arabic: شجرة الحياة; transliterated: Shajarat al-Hayah) is a 400-year old mesquite tree in Bahrain which is considered a natural wonder. This unique tree stands alone in the desert about 1.2 miles (two kilometers) from the Jebel Dukhan. The source of water for this tree still remains a mystery. Rumor is that this was the Garden of Eden.