The Native Place of Redwood trees? A. Australia B. Amazon C. California D. Thailand
Hint: The redwood trees belong to the subfamily Sequoia and genus Sequoiadendron. These are mostly found in the Western part of the United States.
Complete answer: The trees categorized under Sequoioideae are known as redwood trees. It is considered as the largest tree in the world. It is a subfamily of the coniferous trees under the family Cupressaceae. Commonly they are found in the coastal forests of Northern California. Previously they thrived throughout the Northern Hemisphere regions, but now these are confined through the Southern Oregan. These species contain the tallest trees in the world and can live for thousands of years. The trees are unable to occupy more than 50 miles inland. Rather than small groves, they form long belts of distribution.
Additional information: According to Authentic records at least some individuals reach the age of 2,000 years. The average age of mature trees of this species is about 800 to 1,500 years. Sierra Redwood is known as the world's oldest trees.
So, the correct option is C. California.
Note: The entire subfamily of the redwood trees is under the endangered category of the IUCN Red List according to the criteria. The threats to these species include- climate change, fire suppression, poaching, and illegal marijuana cultivation.