Dead pine trees blocking a hiking trail

Dead pine trees blocking a hiking trail

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Caption: Dead pine trees blocking a hiking trail. These dead pine trees are in the Rocky Mountains, where many pine trees have been killed by the mountain pine beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae). Photographed on the Continental Divide Trail where it passes through the Rabbit Ears Range of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, USA.

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