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California is home to the largest tree (the Giant Sequoia), the tallest tree (the Coastal redwood which is even taller than the Statue of Liberty), the oldest tree (the Bristlecone Pine) and the only indigenous palm in North America (the California Palm). California is also has the highest and lowest point in the contiguous United States -- Mt Whitney and Death Valley, respectively.