The tallest tropical tree in the world ever seen is a giant that measures a staggering 330 feet (100.8 m) from the ground to the sky – a height that's more than five bowling lanes, one of which End to end are stacked.
This tree, probably the world's tallest flowering plant, lives in a rainforest in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo, according to scientists from the United Kingdom and Malaysia. It is so far-reaching that it is no wonder that the scientists called it "Menara", the Malay word for "tower".
For those who do not personally make it to Malaysian Borneo, researchers have created a 3D model of the tree that people can turn and turn online. [Nature̵