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Redwood National & State Parks (established in 1968) ~ located along the coast of northern California. The National Park, along with 3 state parks, together, protect 45% of all remaining coast redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) old-growth forests, totaling at least 38,982 acres.  In addition to the redwood forests, the parks preserve other indigenous flora, fauna, grassland prairie, portions of rivers & other streams, and 37 miles of pristine coastline.

Redwood National & State Parks (established in 1968) ~ located along the coast of northern California. The National Park, along with 3 state parks, together, protect 45% of all remaining coast redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) old-growth forests, totaling at least 38,982 acres. In addition to the redwood forests, the parks preserve other indigenous flora, fauna, grassland prairie, portions of rivers & other streams, and 37 miles of pristine coastline.

A boy plays at the garbage dump in Tondo, Manila, where hundreds of people make a living out of recycling waste into charcoal.

A boy plays at the garbage dump in Tondo, Manila, where hundreds of people make a living out of recycling waste into charcoal.

51 natural wonders so amazing it's hard to believe they exist

51 natural wonders so amazing it’s hard to believe they exist

"Geraldine Hoff Doyle smiles and poses for a photo with the WWII Rosie the Riveter poster that was made with her likeness." "Geraldine Doyle, who as a 17-year-old factory worker became the inspiration for a popular World War II recruitment poster that evoked female power and independence under the slogan “We Can Do It!,” died Dec. 26 2010 in Michigan. She was 86."

Woman whose image inspired WWII’s Rosie the Riveter dies

"Geraldine Hoff Doyle smiles and poses for a photo with the WWII Rosie the Riveter poster that was made with her likeness." "Geraldine Doyle, who as a 17-year-old factory worker became the inspiration for a popular World War II recruitment poster that evoked female power and independence under the slogan “We Can Do It!,” died Dec. 26 2010 in Michigan. She was 86."

Millenium Park Music Pavilion in Chicago, Illinois by Frank Gehry

Millenium Park Music Pavilion in Chicago, Illinois by Frank Gehry

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