General Sherman: the largest living organism in the world

It's the largest living organism on Earth. Meet General Sherman, California's giant sequoia.

16/05/2020 7:03 AM


  • Tina S.
    17/04/2021 05:49

    I doubt if this is true

  • Carmen A.
    06/03/2021 00:47

    Absolutely Amazing!!

  • Jose A.
    05/03/2021 18:07


  • Johnny C.
    02/03/2021 19:09

    They are amazing trees... there are 2 big Redwood trees and a smaller one in Jericho Park Forest, I Hug one every time I go by and it is an instant good feeling... especially with no other Hugs happening😱😁😎

  • Lolita S.
    02/03/2021 07:39


  • Keith R.
    01/03/2021 23:29

    been there

  • Amos S.
    01/03/2021 22:22

    Hadar Ishah

  • Daphne M.
    01/03/2021 21:58

    Beautiful and amazing

  • Jagat P.
    01/03/2021 16:00

    A miracle

  • Herma P.
    01/03/2021 12:33

    So Lets Preserve and Love It......for our future generation.......

  • Bernd S.
    01/03/2021 09:53

    30 years ago I went their and to walk among this trees was just like a dwarf walk between gaints ;O)

  • Neelam J.
    01/03/2021 09:46

    Hi how are you everyone I need some help for my students I have 25 orphans child's

  • Carroll B.
    01/03/2021 06:15

    largest living organism is a single gigantic specimen of honey mushroom (Armillaria ostoyae), discovered in the Malheur National Forest. Weighing 13 million pounds, Pando (Aspen tree) is the world's largest organism by mass (Oregon's “humungous fungus” spans a greater distance).

  • Lois A.
    01/03/2021 04:55

    ....On one of your father and My trips to Calf. we saw the tree, General Sherman. We were very impressed. It is very, very big.

  • Vanessa L.
    01/03/2021 03:35

    Omg I want to visit!!

  • Debbie N.
    01/03/2021 01:25


  • John K.
    01/03/2021 01:24

    Largest organism? How about PANDO??

  • Sequoia J.
    01/03/2021 00:55

    Only tree that is unflamable as well💪🏾 why I was given my name

  • Daniel B.
    28/02/2021 19:24

    Yea you and your brother were there in California

  • Michael W.
    28/02/2021 18:54

    remember this pic similar on my FB post abt tree age. Say more than 2,200 year