Question: Where is the world’s most isolated tree?
Situated on New Zealand’s Campbell Island, near the Antarctic, is a 30-foot-tall Sitka spruce known as the Ranfurly Tree. It’s located about 120 miles from the nearest other tree on the Auckland Islands, making it the world’s most remote tree. According to local legend, New Zealand’s governor Lord Ranfurly planted it there on a visit to the island in 1901. This may not be true, though, as carbon dating has suggested an estimated planting date of post-1910.
The Answer: The correct answer is New Zealand.