Redwood Trees in Morning Fog

Morning fog shrouds redwood trees.<br />
It is estimated that old-growth redwood forest once covered close to 2,000,000 acres of coastal northern California. 96% of all old-growth redwoods have been logged, and almost half (45%) of the redwoods remaining are found in Redwood National and State Parks. <br />
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The parks protect 38,982 acres <br />
Mature Coast redwoods live an average of 500-700 years and a few are documented to be 2,000 years old, making them some of the longest-living organisms on earth.<br />
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They average 200 feet tall but one tree was recorded at 367 feet tall which is the heighth of ancient redwoods that wer 25 feet across the base of the tree.