The Brotherhood Tree is over 2000 years old.
It can be found in California, USA and was named in hope for the brotherhood of man. Even after losing around 22 meters or 74 feet of it’s top in a storm, it is still one of the largest living things in the world.
Its diameter is 19 feet, the circumference is 60 feet and it is around 91 meters or 297 feet tall.
It is one of the mighty sequoia sempervirens or Coast Redwood. The bark of these trees chars before it burns, forming an ablative shield thereby protecting the living tree. You can get access to the base of the tree and view of the top from a vista about 300 feet high.