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This group of sequoias has been dubbed the Senate. A group of sequoias growing close together like this is formed from the roots of a tree that died. All are about the same age and size. Their roots will be intertwined which makes them very resistant to being blown over even though they are so extremely tall. This group is found along the Congress Trail in Sequoia National Park.


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Big Trees - Sequoias and Redwoods

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