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Redwood Trees Redwood trees are the tallest trees in the world. They grow in northern California. The barks of redwoods trees are reddish-brown.
Crescent City This road is in Crescent City. Crescent City is located along the coast of northern California.
Moro Rock Moro Rock is in the middle of Sequoia National Park. Hikers can climb to the top of the rock.
Trails Visitors can walk along the trails in John Muir Woods. There are fences along the sides of the hiking trails.
Hiker on Fence Hikers spend a lot of time looking up at the tops of the redwood trees. This hiker is sitting on a split rail fence and looking at the trees.
Sentinel Some redwood trees have names. The name of this tree is Sentinel. The word sentinel means guard.
Damaged Trunk The tree on the left was damaged by fire. Part of its trunk is missing.
Cabin in the Woods This small cabin is surrounded by beautiful redwood trees.
Log and Ferns A log is a section of a tree trunk or a thick branch. Bugs and insects are living on this log. Green ferns are growing on the ground.
Moss Moss is growing on the bark of this tree. Moss is a small green plant with short stems. It grows in damp shady places.
Snow in Winter The leaves of redwood trees remain green during the winter, too.
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