The Tallest Trees on Earth - Nature Documentary

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Nature is beautiful. And magnificent. It is just surreal when you look at nature around us. There are remains hundreds and thousands of years old.

This documentary will show and help you experience the magic of old growth redwood forests. The giant sequoias reach to the sky and tell their story to the ocean, wind, and air.

Visitors come all year long to check the beauty of the park. Thanks to the 4K documentary, you can experience the beauty of the park from the convenience of your home. Enjoy.

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