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This "fairy ring" of redwoods (specifically, Sequoias), sprouted from the stump of an older tree. This picture was taken from the Muir Woods National Monument. It's a really nice place.

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  • (del) (cur) 03:14, 19 June 2005 . . Edward Z. Yang ( Talk | contribs) . . 1944×2592 (2,193,717 bytes) ({{PD-self}} This ring of redwoods (specifically, Sequoias), sprouted from the stump of an older tree. When we have a ring of trees like this, it's called, appropriately, a ''family ring''. This picture was taken from the [[Muir Woods National Monumen)

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