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Photos Document the Last Remaining Old-Growth Pine Forests of the American South

smithsonianmag.com

Before the early 20th century, longleaf pine forests were ubiquitous to the southern coastal plains, encompassing approximately 90 million acres of land. But years of deforestation by the logging and farming industries took its toll on the forested ecosystem, and today only 3 percent remains.


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