Forest fires in California: 2000 years old: The largest tree in the world threatens to burn down

Forest fires threaten a famous giant sequoia in the United States. The fire department tries to rescue “General Sherman”.

Los Angeles | The largest giant sequoia in the world is located in Sequoia National Park in California. “General Sherman” is said to be 1900 to 2500 years old. Up to two million people visit the national park every year. Forest fires are now endangering the 2,000 ancient trees. The park management and the US fire department have tried to rescue the mightiest tree in the …

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