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Lost Monarch Facts
Diameter: at least 26 feet (7.9 m) at DBH*.
Height: 320 feet (98 m).
Volume: The tree is estimated to contain 42,500 cubic feet (1,200 m³) of wood.
It is the world's largest coast redwood in terms of wood volume, although the Del Norte Titan is listed by some sources as the largest single-stem tree.
Lost Monarch was discovered on May 11, 1998, by Stephen C. Sillett, and amateur naturalist Michael Taylor.
* DBH = Diameter Breast Height, measured 4.5 feet / 1.4 metres above soil grade.