The Maximum Height of Trees Upon Earth and the Reason For This

Trees can only grow approximately 400' in length before they cease to grow any further, because water needing to be transported up the trunk of a tree needs to reach it's top, and if it can no longer rise any further due to the pull of gravity, the tree will stop growing, as the leaves will become malnourished and dehydrated and subsequently fall off...

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