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    The photo records the battle to save the world’s largest tree

    Ed Christopher, Deputy Fire Director of the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, is watching over four guards at the entrance to General Sherman in Sequoia National Park, California, on September 22, 2021.

    Gary Kazanjan | AFP | Getty Images

    Last week, a fire began to go out of control in a steep canyon near Sequoia National Park in California. The national park is home to some of the world’s largest volumetric trees. As the flames approached, park officials wrapped the roots of some trees in fire-resistant aluminum blankets to protect the giants.By Monday, the flames had passed almost the largest trees, but blankets were probably less important to their rescue than the park’s recent open burning, park officials said. Told SF Gate..

    Let’s look back at the battle to protect the Sequoia tree.

    Icon protection

    Firefighters are covering a sign carved from a Sequoia tree at the entrance to Sequoia National Park on September 17, 2021.

    Sequoia and Kings Canyon National | Via Reuters

    Wood flame

    On September 19, 2021, when a windy fire burns at the Trail of 100 Giants Grove in California’s Sequoia National Forest, the flames lick the trees.

    Noah Burger | AP

    Take a picture of the giant

    The photographer took a media tour of the KNP Complex Fire in Sequoia National Park, California on September 17, 2021, at the foot of a giant Sequoia tree in Lost Grove along the Generals Highway north of Red Fir. Take a picture with.

    Patrick T. Fallon | AFP | Getty Images

    Captured memory

    Firefighters in Orange County will take a picture on September 21, 2021 when a windy fire burns in the Sequoia National Forest near California Hot Springs, California.

    David Swanon | Reuters

    Hold the line

    On September 22, 2021, during a windy fire in the Sequoia National Forest near Johnsondale, California, firefighters spray water as the flames push towards the road.

    Patrick T. Fallon | AFP | Getty Images

    Protect 4 guards

    Ed Christopher, Deputy Fire Department Director of the US Fish and Wildlife Service, is watching over four guards at the entrance to General Sherman in Sequoia National Park on September 22, 2021.

    Gary Kazanjan | AFP | Getty Images

    Forest flame

    On September 22, 2021, a windy fire ignites in the Sequoia National Forest near Johnsondale, California, and firefighters from Alaska’s Pioneer Peak Inter-Ministry Hot Shot Crew carry a chainsaw.

    Patrick T. Fallon | AFP | Getty Images

    Save General Sherman Tree, the largest tree in the world

    John Wallace, Chief of Operations, overlooks General Sherman, the world’s largest tree, protected from a fire in Sequoia National Park on September 22, 2021.

    Gary Kazanjan | AFP | Getty Images

    Burn control

    On September 22, 2021, firefighters work to control windy fires as trees burn in the Sequoia National Forest near Johnsondale, California.

    Patrick T. Fallon | AFP | Getty Images

    Confirmation of residual heat

    Ed Christopher, Deputy Fire Department Director of the US Fish and Wildlife Service, will check the residual heat near four guards in Sequoia National Park on September 22, 2021.

    Gary Kazanjan | AFP | Getty Images

    Night flame

    A windy fire burns a giant sequoia tree long meadow glove near the Trail of 100 Giants all night in Sequoia National Park near California Hot Springs, California, on September 21, 2021.

    David McNew | Getty Images

    Danger warning

    On September 21, 2021, a huge tree was marked unsafe by firefighters as a windy fire burned in the Sequoia National Forest near California Hot Springs, California.

    David Swanson | Reuters

    Treat in the smoke

    Firefighters will fight the burning wind fire on the 100 Giants Grove trail in the Sequoia National Forest on September 19, 2021.

    Noah Burger | AP

    Look at the flame

    Firefighters watch flames and smoke rise into the air as trees burn during windy fires in the Sequoia National Forest near Johnsondale, California, on September 22, 2021.

    Patrick T. Fallon | AFP | Getty Images

    General Sherman survives

    The historic General Sherman Tree saved from the fire can be seen on September 22, 2021 in Sequoia National Park, California.

    Gary Kazanjan | AFP | Getty Images

    The photo records the battle to save the world’s largest tree

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