Redwood National Park

By Shea And Paige

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About Redwood National Park

Redwood National Park is located on the West Coast of the United States in the state of California. We have cool summers and humid weather. Not much sunlight enters because trees block the sun from the ground. The salty air from the coast can damage trees. Trees grow in groups so they can protect themselves from this sea water. Fern canyon is one of many landforms here including the coast. You will also see the Pacific Ocean. When you’re driving check out the giant trees here because you will never see any taller than these, Redwood National park has the tallest trees on Earth.

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How It Formed

The coast is where the land meets the sea. There are often cliffs made of the sand forming as rocks fall in the water.

The water eventually erodes the rock and creates sand again. The process begins again and that's how the coast is formed.

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Fun Facts About Redwood

  • The bark on a Redwood can't catch on fire
  • A Redwood can live for 2,000 years
  • No insect can kill a Redwood
  • Average weighs 500 tons
  • Typical lifespan is 600 years

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