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In the far back stood a redwood, only the upper branches intact.
From microscopic phytoplankton to towering redwoods, these superheroes keep us alive by taking in carbon dioxide and sunlight, then miraculously producing oxygen and sugar.
Walk among ancient redwoods at Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park (831-667-2315
The fires that started Oct. 8 burned one in every 10 acres in Sonoma County, a territory stretching from the Pacific to redwood groves to commuter cities and wine valleys.
Another time, a body was tangled in a Northern California redwood’s root system.
Moholt-Siebert retreated through a 150 year old redwood barn on his property -- where his son's wedding reception had been held in June.
Our redwood picnic table accompanied by its unattached benches, now upside down, rode the water.
For another, a time-lapse video of California redwood growth shows that a 3-year-old redwood is more a potted plant than a real tree.
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