The Redwood National Park is one of four parks in that area that, together, protect 45% of what's left of the remaining Coastal Redwood forests. These trees (Sequoia sempervirens) are the tallest and one of the most massive on what's left of our Earth. The park itself was created in 1968, after 90% of the original trees had been cut down.
In 1980, the United Nations declared the four-park region to be a World Heritage Site. In 1983, they declared it to be an International Biosphere Reserve.
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Redwood National Park was created in 1968.
redwood trees live in cold moisty places or AT THE REDWOOD NATIONAL PARK!!!!!! visit the national park for amazing sights
Redwood National and State Parks are land based parks.
Redwood trees can be found at Redwood National Park in California.
The tree is the Redwood. The national park is Redwood National and State Parks, California, USA.
It is famous for ........... the redwood trees that grow there
On October 2, 1968, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed into law the act that established Redwood National Park.
On October 2, 1968, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed into law the act that established Redwood National Park