Logging redwood trees, California, USA

Logging redwood trees, California, USA

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Caption: Logging redwood trees. The wedges in the trunk control the direction the tree falls in. Redwoods are the largest trees in the world and live for up to four thousand years. They have become endangered due to habitat loss and logging. Photographed in Fort Bragg, California, USA.

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