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June 17, 2014
National Park Service Ranger Jeff Denny shows one of the eighteen cuts made on a thousand-year-old Redwood...
Orick, UNITED STATES
National Park Service Ranger Jeff Denny shows one of the eighteen cuts made on a thousand-year-old Redwood...
National Park Service Ranger Jeff Denny shows one of the eighteen cuts made on a thousand-year-old Redwood tree outside of Orick, California June 3, 2014. The largest of the cuts was six feet by three feet; cuts can put the tree at risk for disease and infection. Redwood burls are reproductive growths on the tree that can sprout clones and are highly sought after for their unique grain patterns popular in high end furniture and artwork. Recent poaching for redwood burls in the Redwood National Park and Northern California State Parks forced officials to close the Newton B. Drury Scenic Parkway, a ten mile drive through the old growth Redwood forest, after sunset, according to the National Park Service. Picture taken June 3, 2014. REUTERS/Nick Adams (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
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