Sequoia National Park
In a Washington, D.C. office, the American Forests organization keeps the National Register of Big Trees.
Visalia, Calif. — In Sequoia National Park in California, tall trees beckon one million visitors a year. The tourists come from all over the world to see something exceptional: the largest living things on Earth.
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