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A team of has successfully cloned and grown saplings from the stumps of some of the world’s oldest and largest coast , some of which were 3,000 years old and measured 35 feet in diameter when they were cut down in the 19th and 20th centuries. Earlier this month, 75 of the cloned saplings were planted at the national park in .

e360.yale.edu/digest/arborists

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