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Life At The Top - Duncan Cedar Olympic National Park Wa
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The 178 feet tall Duncan Cedar, located near Nolan Creek south of the Hoh River in Washington State, is known as one of the biggest western red cedar trees ever found.
The "grandfather tree" shoots above the surrounding forest, its bare exterior aged to a silver gray over its 1,000year life. The tall trunk is stark, with some fresh growth, mixed with plants using the ancient cedar as a host, stretching out from its top like a patch of hair atop an elderly man.
February 16th, 2011
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