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The huge redwood trees in California are amazing.

• They are the largest living things on earth and the tallest trees in the world.

• Some of them are 100m high and more than 2,500 years old.

• You would think that trees that large would have a tremendous root system, reaching down deep into the earth. But that is not the case.

• Redwoods have a very shallow root system.

• The roots of these trees are, however, intertwined. They are tied in with each other; interlocked.

• Thus, when the storms come and the winds blow the redwoods still stand.

With an interlocking root system they support and sustain each other. They need one another to survive. So do we!