Beetles and fire kill dozens of ‘indestructible’ giant sequoia trees


Two articles from The Guardian

For the first time in recorded history, tiny bark beetles emboldened by the climate crisis have started to kill giant sequoia trees, according to a joint National Park Service and US Geological Survey study set to be published later this year.  READ MORE HERE

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Giant sequoia trees, the largest living organisms on the planet – some more than three millennia old – have started dying from beetle attacks linked to the climate emergency, the preliminary findings of a new study have revealed.  READ MORE HERE
 
 
 

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