Ancient tall trees discovered buried in Thailand

03/20/2013 | LiveScience.com

Ancient trees nearly as tall as redwoods have been found buried in northern Thailand. The petrified trees, the longest of which measures 237 feet, are unrelated to the tallest trees known today, and are instead from the Koompassia elegans species, which belongs to the family of beans, peas and black locust trees, said study researcher Marc Philippe.

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