Ferns in Olympic National Park

Ferns in Olympic National Park

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Caption: Bracken fern (Pteridium aquilinum) is the world's most widespread fern as well as the tallest and the fastest growing, occasionally growing several inches in one day. Queets River Valley in Olympic National Park, Washington.

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