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Owl at Redwood National Park
Redwood National Park: Owl At Redwood National Park

Long ago, when the old tree was still tender shoots in the modern reserve, Indian tribes lived on these lands. They built their huts of fallen sequoias. This plant is unique not only because of its impressive parameters. Its wood is so strong, that resists the ax. Sequoia is not afraid of any fires or lightning. They have very thick bark (30 centimeters). It is fibrous and soft. It is because of the sequoia bark it got the name “mahogany” – “Redwood”. Redwood national park got its name in honor of those giants, although there are other plants – azaleas, rhododendron California, Douglas fir, and others.

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