CREWS wraps the world’s largest tree in flame-resistant aluminum to protect it from wildfires.
General Sherman, 275 feet (84 m), has the largest volume, about 2,500 years old.
Fire tearing through Sequoia National Park California We reached within a mile from the giant forest, which is a huge 2,000 sequoia forest.
Forecasters expect cool weather and light winds this weekend, but little rain.
Rebecca Paterson of the Fire Department said:
Sequoia adapts to fire as it releases seeds from corn into a burnt vacant lot of new wood.
But the drought Climate change, Making a fierce flame that overwhelms the tree.
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