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Giant Sequoia Trees - Kings Canyon National Park Photos
Giant Sequoia Trees - Kings Canyon National Park
species: Sequoiadendron giganteum
photo-id: SEQ-090 request pricing

Giant Sequoia Trees - Kings Canyon National Park Images
Giant Sequoia Trees - Kings Canyon National Park
species: Sequoiadendron giganteum
photo-id: SEQ-091 request pricing

Stock photography of Giant Sequoia Trees - Kings Canyon National Park
Giant Sequoia Trees - Kings Canyon National Park
species: Sequoiadendron giganteum
photo-id: SEQ-092 request pricing

Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees Pictures
Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Young girl is dwarfed by the majestic trees.
species: Sequoiadendron giganteum
photo-id: SEQ-003 request pricing

Stock photos of Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Giant Sequoias can reach heights of 270 feet or more. Their bark which can be as much as two feet thick protects them from forest fires and almost all insects. Due to their shallow root structure trees are most often killed not from age insects disease or fire but rather by being toppled in winter storms.
species: Sequoiadendron giganteum
photo-id: SEQ-004 request pricing

Pictures of Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Young girl is dwarfed by the majestic trees.
species: Sequoiadendron giganteum
photo-id: SEQ-006 request pricing

Stock images of Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Giant Sequoias can reach heights of 270 feet or more. Their bark which can be as much as two feet thick protects them from forest fires and almost all insects. Due to their shallow root structure trees are most often killed not from age insects disease or fire but rather by being toppled in winter storms.
species: Sequoiadendron giganteum
photo-id: SEQ-007 request pricing

Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees Stock Photography
Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Giant Sequoias can reach heights of 270 feet or more. Their bark which can be as much as two feet thick protects them from forest fires and almost all insects. Due to their shallow root structure trees are most often killed not from age insects disease or fire but rather by being toppled in winter storms.
species: Sequoiadendron giganteum
photo-id: SEQ-008 request pricing

Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees Photos
Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Giant Sequoias can reach heights of 270 feet or more. Their bark which can be as much as two feet thick protects them from forest fires and almost all insects. Due to their shallow root structure trees are most often killed not from age insects disease or fire but rather by being toppled in winter storms.
species: Sequoiadendron giganteum
photo-id: SEQ-009 request pricing

Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees Images
Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
A veteran of numerous fires the Grizzly Giant displays a large burn scar at its base. Fire plays a critical role in a Sequoia grove. It clears underbrush and provides the ideal conditions for seedlings to establish themselves.
species: Sequoiadendron giganteum
photo-id: SEQ-010 request pricing

Stock photography of Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Known as the Grizzly Giant this Sequoia is the largest in the Mariposa Grove estimated to be over 1800 years old and has a circumference of 92 feet at its base.
species: Sequoiadendron giganteum
photo-id: SEQ-011 request pricing

Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees Pictures
Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Known as the Grizzly Giant this Sequoia is the largest in the Mariposa Grove estimated to be over 1800 years old and has a circumference of 92 feet at its base.
species: Sequoiadendron giganteum
photo-id: SEQ-012 request pricing

Stock photos of Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Giant Sequoias can reach heights of 270 feet or more. Their bark which can be as much as two feet thick protects them from forest fires and almost all insects. Due to their shallow root structure trees are most often killed not from age insects disease or fire but rather by being toppled in winter storms.
species: Sequoiadendron giganteum
photo-id: SEQ-013 request pricing

Pictures of Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
Yosemite - Giant Sequoia Trees
A toppled tree reveals its shallow interlocking root structure.
species: Sequoiadendron giganteum
photo-id: SEQ-015 request pricing

Stock images of Anza Borrego Palm Grove
Anza Borrego Palm Grove
photo-id: DBO-022 request pricing

 
see also
| Black Bear | Bristlecone Pine | Coast Redwood | Desert Bighorn Sheep | Desert Wildflowers | Giant Sequoia Trees |
| High Sierra | Joshua Tree | Kings Canyon National Park | Mule Deer | Salton Sea | Sequoia National Park | Southern Pacific Rattlesnake |

species represented
Sequoiadendron giganteum

keywords
Deserts, Forest, Forests, Groves, Monument, National Park, Oasis, Palms, Redwood, Redwoods, Tree, Trees, Woods

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