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Cloning giant redwoods could help combat climate change

An old growth redwood forest is nature’s cathedral. Light filters through the giant trees bathing the ferns and mosses below in a primordial green glow.

In the canopy of a 300-foot old-growth coast redwood, the going gets weird. Mosses, lichens, fern mats, even other trees all grow in the canopy soil.

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