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A 76.8-meter-tall Bhutanese pine was recorded in Green Village, Beibeng Township, Medog County, breaking the previous record of 72-meter tall bald cedar tree in Gaoligong Mountain, Yunnan Province. It is currently the tallest tree in China and has become a veritable new “Tree King”.

The tallest tree in China is 76.8 meters!

The Bhutan pine is a narrowly distributed tree species that is only distributed in the Eastern Himalayas. Its main distribution range is mountain rainforests and subtropical climate zones with an altitude of 1,400 meters to 2,500 meters.

Bhutanese pine is produced in Gongshan, Fugong and other counties in Yunnan, and there are small patches of pure forest in the Dulong River Valley and Gaoligong Mountain. Distributed in Tibet. It is also found in Bhutan and India.

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